Deskin Law Firm
Representing Individuals in False Claims Act Matters
If you believe you have discovered fraud at your workplace, you should try to assess the magnitude of the fraud and gather whatever documentary or electronic evidence is lawfully available. This should be done without violating the law or the terms of any employment agreement.
If you have attended meetings at which the fraud was discussed, or has been involved in relevant events, as soon as you can after these meetings you should write the details of these events and meetings, including when they took place, what was said by whom, who was present, and what documents exist that memorialize the events of meetings.
These notes should be written in the form of a memorandum to your qui tam attorney to be protected by the attorney-client privilege.
There are several important things to consider in reviewing your potential qui tam case. Please fill out this form to the best of your ability. It will be sent to Deskin Law Firm for review. You may also feel free to call Deskin Law Firm at (800)709-8978 to ask any questions or to review your matter over the phone.
No attorney client relationship is created by submitting this form until and unless a retainer agreement is signed, however, all information submitted will be kept confidential.