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Crafting Anti-Fraud Programs to Encourage Whistleblowers

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 whistleblowers to come forward and report fraud and corruption in the UK banking system. Grohovsky and Cook were joined by qui tam pioneer, Janet Goldstein, of Vogel, Slade & Goldstein in the discussion/brainstorming session with the UK representatives. An earlier meeting had involved defense counsel and the UK regulators.

Attorney Julie Grohovsky Qui Tam False Claims Lawyer

Julie Grohovsky is a former federal prosecutor whose practice focuses on cases brought under the qui tam provisions of the False Claims Act. An accomplished trial lawyer, Julie has investigated hundreds of cases, tried over forty cases to verdict, and argued appellate cases in both the local and federal courts. She is the former Director of Training for the United States Attorney’s Office in the District of Columbia, where she was responsible for training all of the lawyers and support staff in the largest U.S. Attorney’s Office in the country.