The title of this page says it all – “Ocwen Fraud.” Never have we encountered a mortgage loan servicer with so many problems. Problems that can only be described as fraud. We have spoken with dozens of homeowners as well as a few present and former Ocwen workers. The company is a failure and needs […]
A Few MahanyLaw Current Investigations
Do You Have Information that can Help any of the Investigations Below?
The MahanyLaw whistleblower team is seeking information from whistleblowers on the active investigations listed below.
Welcome to our active whistleblower investigations page. To date, the whistleblower lawyers at MahanyLaw have helped collect over $100 million in whistleblower awards for our clients. Our success comes from your tips, leads and cases. We want to help whistleblowers stop greed, fraud and corruption. Of course, we also want to help our whistleblower clients collect the maximum awards possible and protect them from retaliation.
This page contains a summary of some of the many cases we are investigating. It is updated constantly and indexed by company name, industry and/or popular search term. For example, if we are investigating Dr. John Doe for accepting kickbacks from lab companies, we may list him on this page under “Doe, John” or “kickbacks” or the “Anti-Kickback Statute”.
Don’t see what you are searching for? Don’t worry. Most of the cases we bring are not found on our investigations page. Because Qui Tam cases are filed under seal and secret, by law we can’t list our pending cases. We also often don’t list active investigations for fear of tipping off the wrongdoers. Rather, we use this page when seeking general information and often when we get an anonymous or third hand tips that doesn’t qualify for an award.
Remember that criminals and fraudsters are everywhere. The federal government believes they cost taxpayers tens of billions of dollars every year. Their actions often endanger lives as well. Simply because you don’t see a person, company or topic here doesn’t mean we are not interested or can’t help.
Even if you don’t have enough information or facts to bring a case, with your permission we can post a plea for information on our investigations page and see if we can get the needed information from another would-be whistleblower or cooperative witness. We never post information you provide without your permission and as you will see from this page, never identify the source of our tips and leads. Even if you never hire us, the information you provide is protected by the attorney – client privilege and always kept confidential.
Under federal law, awards can be as high as 30% of whatever we or the government collects from the wrongdoers. 29 states and the District of Columbia have their own whistleblower award laws that in limited cases can pay even more. The SEC, IRS, Coast Guard and other agencies have award programs too.
Even if you are not sure the information you have is valuable, call us. Don’t go through life wondering if the information you have might have saved a life or paid out a million dollar award. The calls are confidential and without any obligation. We absolutely love what we do and enjoy talking to would be whistleblowers. Have questions about remaining anonymous or whistleblower retaliation? We can help answer those questions too.
For more information, click, call or write to us today. We can be reached in the office at 202.800.9791, you can call founder Brian Mahany directly at (414) 704-6731, you can write to us at email@example.com or use our online submission form here. **
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Cybersecurity, cybercrime and cyberhacking have become everyday words in our vocabulary. Almost everyone in the U.S. has had their FaceBook page, email or bank account hacked or been the victim of identity theft. The FBI says it is one of the most serious threats to our nation. It isn’t just individuals who are being targeted. […]
We are presently involved in several Medicare and Medicaid fraud claims involving the EMS providers. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (“CMS”) believes that the EMS industry has one of the highest rates of fraud within the healthcare industry. The situation has become so dire that in many metropolitan areas, CMS has taken the […]
Frontier has transitioned from a rural telephone provider to today being the 4th largest provider of digital subscriber line in the U.S. The company also offers Internet and digital TV service. In a just unsealed whistleblower complaint, a Frontier subsidiary is accused of defrauding taxpayers. A competitor sued Frontier West Virginia Inc., a subsidiary of […]
General Telecommunication & Technology (“GTT”) is global telecommunications and internet provider. Headquartered in McLean, Virginia, the company provides services throughout the United States. A competitor’s telecommunications sales rep tells us the company often mischarges taxes on customer bills. In our experience, some telco companies undercharge taxes in order to give them a pricing advantage over […]
Clayton Homes is owned by Berkshire Hathaway, the 4th largest pubic company in the world. It was acquired by billionaire Warren Buffet and Berkshire Hathaway in 2003. Since then, Clayton has become the dominant force in the mobile home industry. Today almost half the mobile homes sold in the U.S. are sold and and / […]
The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says that sales of prescription opioid painkillers in the U.S. have quadrupled between 1999 and 2014 but with no increase in the amount of pain suffered by patients. We aren’t sicker or hurting more, we simply take more drugs. Lots more drugs. And where do all […]
In August of 2016, the Justice Department announced that it would not be signing any more contracts to house federal prisoners or immigration detainees in private prisons. In recent years, the private prison industry has been booming. Today it is a multi-billion dollar industry that houses well over 100,000 inmates. Originally designed to be a […]
We are currently investigating whether mortgage lenders loanDepot and Freedom Mortgage are engaged in faulty underwriting practices in connection with home mortgage loans backed by the U.S. Veterans Administration. Two clients have reported possible improprieties with both companies. According to the VA, Freedom Mortgage is the largest VA lender in the United States. Last year […]