Last year, a settlement was announced in U.S. ex rel. Bawduniak v. Biogen — a massive $900 million in a case where the government declined to intervene. On today’s Fraud in America, we’re sitting down with the lawyer behind the case, Tom Greene.
Tom is an experienced whistleblower lawyer whose Franklin v. Parke-Davis case established off-label promotion of drugs violated the False Claims Act. He sits down with us to discuss his career, breaking down these huge cases, and his advice to future whistleblowers.
To learn more about Tom Greene, click here.
To learn about the TAF Coalition 2022 Lawyers of the Year Award, click here.
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