What is a qui tam case?
What is the False Claims Act?
What is a whistleblower?
What is the first thing someone should do if they want to whistle blow against a pharmaceutical company?
What advice do you have for a potential whistle-blower against a pharmaceutical company?
What are the typical defenses of a big pharmaceutical company when someone brings a whistle-blowing claim?
How does the law protect whistle-blowers on both a federal and state level?
What issues are most heavily litigated in pharmacy fraud?
How do you as an attorney verify that the information from the whistle-blower is valid?
How have the general public misunderstood whistle-blowers in pharmacy fraud situations?
How does the Medicaid system work?
What is a dual eligibility case?
Who were the parties involved in this case?
How are Minnesota Medicaid dollars susceptible to fraud?
What was the central issue in the CVS case?
What was the central issue in the Walgreens case?
What is the most rewarding aspect of outcomes as in the CVS and Walgreens cases?
How do the automated systems of big pharmacy companies like CVS and Walgreens lead to fraud against entities like Medicaid?
How did the whistle-blower laws protect the whistle-blower in the CVS case?
How does the government intervene in cases like these?
What was the settlement in the CVS case?
What was the settlement in the Walgreens case?
What is one positive aspect of pursuing these types of cases?
What is your experience in false claims acts lawsuits?
What do you enjoy most about your practice?
What do you see as the biggest changes that need to occur with regard to false claims acts and big pharmaceutical companies?