Law360, New York (August 1, 2016, 7:37 PM ET) -- A group of former federal prosecutors have announced the Whistleblower Law Team, a partnership to assist and protect whistleblowers in reporting fraud.
Timothy McInnis, Julie Grohovsky, Thomas Fallati and Paul Brickfield will pool their... Read more.
Shipper United Parcel Service Falsified Records to Cover Up Late Deliveries
Washington, D.C. (October 7, 2015) – Wu, Grohovsky & Whipple, PLLC (“WGW”), a boutique law firm regularly representing Qui Tam whistleblowers in large federal and state False Claims Act cases, today announces... Read more.
Wu, Grohovsky & Whipple, PLLC (“WGW”), a boutique law firm regularly representing Qui Tam whistleblowers in large federal and state False Claims Act cases, today announces that a federal court in the Eastern District of Virginia has approved a settlement by which international shipper United... Read more.
A state court imposed a 20-year sentence for attempted murder on a defendant who stabbed Professor Dhammika “Dom” Dharmapala in the neck while shouting: “This is my goddammed country - I will kill you.” The attack occurred on December 7, 2011 at 5:40 a.m. when Professor Dharmapla was waiting... Read more.
In an ABA sponsored meeting between US qui tam relator counsel and representatives from the UK's Financial Conduct Authority and The Bank of England, WGW partner Julie Grohovsky and WGW associate Jonathan Cook discussed ways in which those regulators could craft anti-fraud programs to encourage... Read more.
Hogan Lovells, LLP awarded 2013 Vincent Roper Pro Bono Advocacy award by the Maryland and D.C. Crime Victim’s Resource Center for their amicus brief in the United States Supreme Court on the winning side of Maryland v. King. The Hogan Lovells team, led by Neal Katayal, former Acting Solicitor... Read more.
Federal cyberstalking charges were brought against a man for using Twitter to send thousands of tweets about Alyce Zeoli, a Buddhist leader. The victim, Ms. Alyce Zeoli, was represented by Shanlon Wu and Chun Wright. The case raises cutting-edge issues about criminal prosecution in cyberspace... Read more.
Wu, Grohovsky & Whipple, P.L.L.C. Helps Whistleblower Disclose Late Delivery Coding Scheme Tied to 9/11 Attacks
WASHINGTON – (May 4, 2011) The law firm of Wu, Grohovsky, & Whipple, P.L.L.C., today announced the settlement of a multimillion dollar whistleblower lawsuit against... Read more.
The Washington Post | Mary Pat Flaherty | May 4, 2011
FedEx will pay the federal government $8 million to settle a whistleblower’s lawsuit that claimed the company’s couriers blamed heightened security measures for late deliveries to avoid paying penalties for missing shipping deadlines... Read more.
Law360 | Dietrich Knauth | May 3, 2011
Law360, New York (May 03, 2011, 8:26 PM ET) -- FedEx Corp. reached an $8 million settlement Tuesday in a False Claims Act suit in Washington that accused the company of fraudulently blaming shipping delays on heightened security measures implemented... Read more.