Our North Carolina Whistleblower Lawyers Help Report Securities Fraud, Healthcare Fraud and Defense Contractor Fraud. We Maximize Your Cash Award
Brian Mahany and the MahanyLaw legal team helped recover the largest whistleblower settlement amount in U.S. history – at $16.65 billion, earning whistleblowers a cash award of $170 million.
We work with North Carolina whistleblower lawyers to represent North Carolina employees and executives of defense contractors, healthcare facilities, public companies, and securities firms who choose to come forward and report fraud against U.S. government-funded programs.
Our clients can include North Carolina whistleblowers from Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, Durham, Winston-Salem, Fayetteville, Cary, Wilmington, High Point, Greenville and across the state.
First to Report Misconduct Could Collect a Large Cash Reward
North Carolina finance experts, IT professionals, healthcare workers, engineers, mechanics and other company insiders have unique access to cases of corporate misconduct.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Whistleblower Program and federal and state False Claims Acts offer cash incentives to the first individual that reports original, non-public Information about fraud against the U.S. government, including:
- Securities violations
- Defense contractor fraud
- Medicare or North Carolina Medicaid fraud
When a North Carolina whistleblower’s inside information leads to government recovery of funds through verdict or settlement, that whistleblower is entitled to between 10% and 30% of the total government recovery. Because corporate fraud often involves millions, even billions of dollars, whistleblower cash awards are often over $1 million.
We Maximize Cash Awards For North Carolina Securities Fraud Whistleblowers
North Carolina whistleblowers with original information on securities violations are eligible for whistleblower cash awards under the Dodd-Frank Act and SEC Whistleblower Program.
SEC whistleblowers have collected over $100 million in awards in the past six years, one whistleblower collecting a record-setting $30 million.
Investors, financial advisors, purchasing agents, securities executives, broker-dealer compliance officers, accountants and public company insiders with information on securities fraud may be eligible for whistleblower cash awards.
Our North Carolina whistleblower clients earn can cash awards for information on many types of securities fraud, including:
- Misrepresentation of company finances
- Mishandling of investor funds
- Insider trading
- Mutual fund fraud
- Ponzi schemes
- Accounting fraud
- Market manipulation
- Front running
Do you have knowledge of an SEC securities violation? The MahanyLaw North Carolina SEC whistleblower lawyers can help you report the violation in private and claim your cash reward.
We can represent clients working in firms across the state of North Carolina, including Carolinas Investment Consulting LLC, BB&T Investment Service Inc., First Citizens Investor Service Inc., Consolidated Investment Advisors and Innovation Partners LLC.
Report North Carolina Defense Contractor Fraud and Claim Your Cash Award
In 2015, the U.S. Department of Defense awarded 8,113 contracts worth over $1.5 billion to North Carolina companies including:
- GlaxoSmithKline LLC
- Laboratory Corporation of America
- XPO Logistics Worldwide Government Services LLC
- Heritage Home Group LCC
- Worldwide Language Resources LLC
- Duke University
- J.A. Jones Inc.
- Thalle Construction Co. Inc
- PPD Development LP
- Dixon Marketing Associates, Inc.
Under federal and North Carolina False Claims Acts, mechanical engineers, data scientists, policy analysts, IT techs, laboratory researchers and other defense contractor personnel with information on non-compliance with Department of Defense contract terms may be eligible for whistleblower cash awards.
North Carolina defense contractor misconduct that violates the federal and North Carolina False Claims Acts includes:
- Failure to report non-compliance
- Truth in Negotiation Act (TINA) violations
- Cybersecurity violations
- Unreported cybersecurity breaches
- Cross charging fixed-price to cost-plus contracts
- Accounting violations
- Using substandard or refurbished products or materials
- Misrepresentation of labor or materials costs
- Buy American Violations
North Carolina defense contractor whistleblower lawyers: Brian Mahany and his local MahanyLaw North Carolina whistleblower lawyer team protect the rights of North Carolina whistleblowers and maximize your cash award.
Cash Whistleblower Awards for Reporting North Carolina Healthcare Fraud
North Carolina healthcare professionals have inside access to cases of Medicare or North Carolina Medicaid fraud.
Government healthcare programs rely on physicians, registered nurses, pharmacy technicians, physician assistants, dentists, therapists, paramedics, medical device sales reps, laboratory scientists, health information technicians and others to bring False Claims Act violations to light.
Common examples of Medicare and North Carolina Medicaid fraud include:
- Billing higher rates for beneficiaries
- Falsifying medical documents
- Feigning diagnoses
- Billing for nonexistent or substandard services or products
- Marketing drugs or devices for uses not approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
- Altering medical records
- Offering gifts or cash in exchange for patient referrals
- Providing medically unnecessary treatment
- Upcoding or unbundling procedure charges
With decades of experience, our MahanyLaw local North Carolina healthcare whistleblower attorneys represent whistleblowers in both federal and state court and will maximize your well-deserved cash award.
We can represent clients working with healthcare facilities across the state of North Carolina, including Carolinas Medical Center, Duke University Hospital, Novant Health Forsyth Medical Center, Vidant Medical Center and Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital.
If you have inside information on Medicare or North Carolina Medicaid fraud, contact the MahanyLaw North Carolina whistleblower lawyer team for a no-fee absolutely confidential consultation: 202.800.9791 or Report Online
Act Fast! North Carolina Whistleblowers Subject to Strict Time Limits
North Carolina whistleblowers must file claims within legal statutes of limitations. Only the first whistleblower to report fraud is eligible for a cash award. Whistleblower filing procedures must be followed correctly from the very start of your case. Let us explain how MahanyLaw’s unique process for maximizing whistleblower claims can work for you.