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Learn How to Avoid Being a Victim of Stem Cell Malpractice and What to Do if You Are Hurt by Bad Stem Cell Products Stem cell therapy is one of the most promising developments in medicine. Over 1000 trials are currently underway. While we are big supporters of stem cell research, few products have received FDA approval and of those that have, they are only approved for use in very particular situations. Look at the…
QuantaDyn Corporation Pays $37 Million to Resolve False Claims Act Charges Whistleblower lawyers have long known that bribing foreign public officials can lead to cash rewards under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. That law gives the SEC the right to pay whistleblower rewards in certain circumstances. But what about companies that bribe American officials in order to obtain a competitive business advantage? Can whistleblowers receive cash rewards for turning in these companies? A case in…
Stem Cell Maker Invitrx Is in Trouble Again. Are Its Products Safe? You Be the Judge! We are one of the few law firms still handling stem cell lawsuits. The industry has become the wild west. It seems like there are more bad products out there than good. And some of the claims being tossed around would make a 19th century snake oil salesman blanche. In this post we look at Invitrx, the FDA and…
The FDA Announces a Major Amiodarone Recall – Some Patients May Have Received the Wrong Drug Google “Is amiodarone dangerous” and you will receive 292,000 search results. A so-called drug of last resort, amiodarone is very dangerous. In our opinion, the cure is often far worse than the disease it is intended to treat. From its first beginnings as a  prescription anti-arrhythmic drug in 1985 to the hundreds of lawsuit claims to day, this powerful…
IRS Looking for Tax Cheats Using Cryptocurrencies to Evade Taxes – Huge Opportunities Exist for Cash Awards [Rewritten August 2020] America has a bunch of new millionaires and even a few billionaires. These aren’t the titans of the Industrial Revolution in America. No oil barons or railroad magnates. Instead they are people who invested early in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency offerings. And their meteoric rise in wealth hasn’t escaped the watchful eye of the IRS.…
Help for Roundup Cancer Victims & Monsanto Whistleblower Insiders It’s Not Too Late to File a Roundup Claim Have You Been Exposed to Roundup or Ranger Pro? You May be at Risk of Lymphoma, Leukemia or Myeloma. Seeking Monsanto Roundup Cancer Victims Exposed to Roundup – Roundup Cancer Lawyers Post [Updated August 2020] The number of late night TV commercials seeking cancer victims who used Roundup weedkiller are finally starting to diminish. And there is…
Coronavirus causes a record number of hotels to default on their loans: report by Sarah Paynter, Yahoo! Finance (66K) Almost a quarter of hotels were delinquent on their mortgage payments in July, the highest rate on record, according to a new report. Some 23.4% of commercial mortgage-backed security (CMBS) loans, which finance many hotels, were more than 30 days late in July, totaling $20.6 billion. Only 1.34% of hotel CMBS loans were in default in…
SBA PPP Program Frequent Target of Fraud – Whistleblower Reward Opportunities We are not big fans of the billing practices of big defense contractors. We need the products they sell but the prices they charge seem outrageous. Most people probably remember the scandal when the Defense Department was paying $14,000 for toilet seats and cups for $1,280. The greed doesn’t stop there. A Virginia Beach, Virginia based defense contractor that already receives billions of dollars…
The IRS Goes Down Under (FATCA Post) [Post updated 2019] An article in the Australian Financial Review claims that the IRS is ramping up its activities in Australia. According to the article, the IRS is “scrutinizing the tax affairs of United States citizens living in Australia with renewed intensity, as the worldwide battle to shore up dwindling government tax reserves heats up.” The source of their story is Australian accountants. We aren’t surprised by the…
Sencer Sevket – International Jet Setting Fraudster? [Originally posted in October 2010, now updated through 2020.] (Editors note: One of the best investigative journalists in the business is David Marchant. This story was first reported by David.) British citizen Sencer Sevket formed a mutual fund in the Cayman Islands after a U.S. federal court issued a warrant for his arrest on charges of investment fraud and despite an unpaid $21 million dollar judgment from US…