Whistleblower Lawyer Renée Brooker Does 'Coffee Talk' With 4 Former DOJ Colleagues On How DOJ Investigates Whistleblower Cases
New York, New York, November 15, 2019. Watch a 3-part “False Claims Act 101” series with Former Federal Civil Prosecutor Renée Brooker, Of Counsel at Finch McCranie, LLP and 4 of her former DOJ colleagues. The 3-part PLI series gives the “inside scoop” for whistleblowers.
Released earlier this week, the three-part program covers these topics and more!
Part I: Initiation Through Intervention
Assessment and Intake of False Claims Act Cases
Putting together the government team
Investigating False Claims Act cases
Parallel civil and criminal investigations
Conclusion of investigation
Part II: Intervention Through Trial
Intervention Recommendation and Decision Process
Motions to Dismiss Declined Cases
Features Unique to FCA Litigation
Challenges of Presenting FCA Claims to a Jury
Collateral Consequences of Litigating
Part III: Settlement and Damages
Calculation of Single Damages
Application of Cooperation Credit
The Roles of Relators and Affected Agencies
Parallel Cases and Cases Involving States and Other Federal Regulators
Negotiating the Settlement Agreement Language and Scope of Release
Finch McCranie LLP is one of the most experienced specialty law firms in the United States, with a history of more than 50 years. Led by former federal prosecutors and a federal public defender it represents whistleblowers under the False Claims Act and other whistleblower programs, including the SEC, CFTC and IRS whistleblower programs. You may contact Renée Brooker, Washington, D.C. at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you believe you may have a False Claims Act whistleblower case.