Exclusively Protecting Healthcare Fraud Whistleblowers
When you are contemplating taking action, you need a law firm that knows the healthcare system. From the initial clinical encounter with the patient, all the way through discharge, and including all aspects of reimbursement. We know the healthcare laws and regulations associated with your case. We share the frustration and moral outrage at what you have encountered. We can walk you through what you can expect – step by step. Nolan Auerbach & White has served the San Francisco community for decades. Contact our law firm today!
Ken has served as lead counsel in dozens of successful healthcare fraud qui tam cases over the last two decades. The cases have generated several billion dollars in civil and criminal recoveries to the United States and state governments. As a recognized authority on healthcare fraud qui tam law, he has for years championed whistleblowers and their causes, representing heroes in cased filed under the qui tam provisions of the False Claims Act.
Marcella Auerbach is the Managing Partner at Nolan Auerbach & White. She is a former federal prosecutor who spent more than twenty-five years at the United States Department of Justice. Ms. Auerbach has extensive experience prosecuting corporate providers for healthcare fraud, Anti-kickback and Stark Law violations, FDA violations, and Medicare fraud. She has won multi-million dollar recoveries under the False Claims Act and has successfully represented employees in whistleblower protection and other whistleblower-related actions against their employers.
Joseph E. B. “Jeb” White is one of the country’s leading qui tam advocates, having represented whistleblowers before the United States Congress and in qui tam actions across the country, from fraudulent hospital systems to dishonest pharmaceutical companies. As a tireless advocate of whistleblower rights, he has testified in front of the United States Congress and nearly a dozen state legislative bodies. As a trusted authority of the law, Mr. White has penned amicus curiae briefs in five United States Supreme Court cases, examining the federal False Claims Act; and has been a constant source for Department of Justice and other officials in need of qui tam expertise.