Hoyer Law Group’s Whistleblower Client Helps Recover $501,000 in Healthcare Fraud Case

Hoyer Law Group, PLLC, is pleased to announce the settlement of a lawsuit brought by whistleblower client Jamie Williams against Advanced Imaging of Port Charlotte (“AI”). Partners Jesse Hoyer Estes and Sean Estes were privileged to represent Ms. Williams in her healthcare fraud case. Defendant AI provided radiology services in multiple locations across Florida. Ms. Williams, a medical claims collections specialist, worked for the billing […]

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Hoyer Law Group Customs Fraud Case Leads To $8 million Settlement

Hoyer Law Group, PLLC, is pleased to announce an $8 million settlement of a lawsuit brought on behalf of its whistleblower client Jeffrey S. Hawk against CWD Holdings, LLC (CWD), and other defendants. David L. Haron had the privilege to be lead counsel for Mr. Hawk. CWD, a California-based company, is one of the largest […]

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New Virginia Law Grants Greater Protection for Whistleblowers

Written by: Kyle Mosey Virginia Governor Ralph Northam recently signed new laws that provide employees with greater rights in many aspects of their employment. Of these new laws, House Bill 798 is an extensive whistleblower law that grants employees a great deal of protection from their employer’s retaliation. This law, which becomes effective July 1, […]

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Can  Government Employees be Whistleblowers under the False Claims Act?

Written by: Jesse Hoyer Members of government agencies often ask us whether their employment by the Government impacts whether they can serve as a whistleblower in a qui tam case under the False Claims Act (“FCA”)? Unfortunately, the short answer is “maybe.” Government employees can certainly serve as whistleblowers. No court has ever held that the FCA bans qui tam suits […]

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The Many Facets of the Dodd-Frank Act

Written by: David Fulleborn Our attorneys have substantial experience representing corporate, finance, and banking industry whistleblowers under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 (Dodd-Frank Act), the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX), and other laws. Whether you are looking to disclose securities fraud, bank fraud, or other financial crimes for a reward or […]

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What Does “Under Seal” Really Mean?

Written by: Jesse Hoyer The Federal False Claims Act provides specific rules to keep the case confidential when a whistleblower files a new lawsuit. The rules prevent the defendant from finding out that the government is conducting an investigation. The procedure, known as “filing under seal,” requires that a complaint “shall be filed in camera, […]

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