Baltimore False Claims Attorneys

Serving the Greater Maryland & Washington, D.C. Area

Fraud is prevalent in many areas of business and commerce. In the health care field, fraudulent actions often involve false billings and up-coding. As a staff member witness to these criminal acts, you can report what is taking place to the government, helping to hold your employer accountable through the False Claims Act. If you are an employee under criminal investigation it may be possible to lessen potential damages by reporting your employer's false claims.

False Claims Act cases are complex. Inexperienced attorneys are not generally equipped to handle these multifaceted cases. Nathans & Biddle LLP has successfully handled numerous cases involving health care fraud and are well positioned to represent individuals involved in false claim cases.

Experienced & Respected Civil Advocates

Our Baltimore False Claims Act attorneys have 85 years of combined experience providing exceptional advocacy in complex civil litigation matters, including qui tam claims. For a confidential consultation with one of our lawyers to discuss how you can protect yourself, call (410) 783-0272 today.

Handling Whistleblower Cases

If you choose to report your employer's wrongdoing, you may receive a level of government protection as a whistleblower. You may also be eligible for a monetary award if the case is successfully prosecuted.

However, you must consider several elements before coming forward:

  • You need to have actual knowledge of the fraudulent acts
  • The fraud cannot be tax fraud, as tax fraud is exempt from prosecution under the False Claims Act
  • Your evidence cannot come from a publicly disclosed source
  • Federal money must be involved
  • The case needs to be filed timely

If you choose to move forward with a whistleblower and qui tam claim, you should not do so without strong legal representation by your side. You want to ensure your interests are protected throughout the process.

Employees Reporting Health Care Fraud

The attorneys at Nathans & Biddle often work with medical office employees who are under criminal investigation or accused of health care fraud. While employees can work to mitigate damages by reporting the doctor's false claims, they may also face backlash. If you risk losing your professional license, our lawyers will seek to help maintain what is rightfully yours.

Determining Fault in a False Claims Act Case

Fault in a False Claims Act case is typically found through audits. Our team of highly experienced attorneys works with industry experts to determine how a doctor has coded billable time.

Nathans & Biddle Baltimore False Claims Act attorneys are licensed in Maryland, the District of Columbia, New York, Florida, New Jersey, the United States Supreme Court, as well as numerous federal district and circuit courts.

If you have a False Claims Act matter you wish to discuss, contact our firm at (410) 783-0272 to schedule a confidential consultation.

Top Tier Firm Devoted to Complex Cases

  • Leadership Positions

    Members of our firm have held leadership positions, including Chair of the American Bar Association White Collar Subcommittee on Federal Sentencing & the American Bar Association Subcommittee on Forfeiture.

  • Knowledge & Experience

    Over 75 years of combined experience and insights into complex federal and white collar criminal defense.

  • Honors & Accolades

    Larry Allen Nathans was recognized by Best Lawyers® as the Best Criminal Defense Attorney for Maryland in 2015 & Best Lawyers in America® for 2008-2017.

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