Qui Tam Government Contract Fraud

Los Angeles Qui Tam Government Contract Fraud Attorney

Call Hennig Kramer Ruiz & Singh, LLP for Committed Support when Reporting Contract Fraud

Located in Los Angeles, Hennig Kramer Ruiz & Singh, LLP represent employees in qui tam legal actions brought against companies throughout the country who engage in fraudulent practices involving a municipal, state, or federal government contract, or commit other acts of fraud or corruption against a government entity. Additionally, local governments signing contracts to supply services for country or state government entities are subject to federal qui tam laws just the same as private businesses and corporations.

We know how difficult it can be to come forward in these situations, and many clients worry about being able to afford a good lawyer. Our qui tam government contract fraud lawyers in Los Angeles typically represent clients in these cases (as well as whistleblower cases) on a contingency-fee-only basis. This strategy means that we only get paid when we win the lawsuit, and our clients do not pay attorneys' fees unless we win monetary damages.

Hennig Kramer Ruiz & Singh, LLP is committed to protecting employee rights. For a free case evaluation, contact us online or call (213) 292-5444.

What Is a Qui Tam Lawsuit?

Any person or persons aware of fraud or corruption related to the fulfillment of a government contract by a private business or publicly held corporation may file a qui tam claim. Qui tam whistleblower laws protect individuals and groups of workers seeking to report their private, corporate, or government employer for committing fraud or corruption on a government contract. Many different forms of qui tam law protect employees, agents, and even contractors from reprisal or retaliation.

The most important set of laws include the:

  • Federal False Claims Act: protects whistleblowers when reporting government fraud
  • Dodd-Frank Act: protects whistleblowers when reporting misconduct to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, or the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection
  • Sarbanes-Oxley Act: protects whistleblowers when reporting violations of bank fraud, wire fraud, mail fraud, and securities fraud

Whistleblowers may be entitled to a substantial portion of the recovered funds under special provisions of the False Claims Act. These special provisions make it easier for ordinary taxpayers to hire reputable whistleblower attorneys, like ours, at Hennig Kramer Ruiz & Singh, LLP. The idea of rewarding the whistleblower by sharing a portion of the collected proceeds is the fundamental underlying principle of this critical legislation. The U.S. government wants to make it worthwhile for citizens to report these types of fraudulent activities and is willing to provide a financial reward for citizens' efforts to stop fraud against the government.



Examples of Fraud Against the Government

Hennig Kramer Ruiz & Singh, LLP has worked with many clients over the years who have witnessed many different forms of fraud, abuses, neglect, and misconduct involving multiple government agencies. If you believe that you might have inside information regarding a possible qui tam claim, we encourage you to contact our qui tam government contract fraud attorneys in Los Angeles as soon as possible for a free consultation.

We have handled a wide range of qui tam claims, including:

  • Medicaid and Medicare fraud
  • Defense contractor fraud
  • Securities shareholder, commodities, and futures fraud
  • Federal, state, and local contractor fraud
  • Bank fraud
  • IRS fraud

Other examples of fraud or corruption that may result in a qui tam whistleblower claim include job training and education contracts, social and human services, road maintenance and construction contracts, sewer and water contracts, and municipal parks and recreation contracts.

  • “She reviewed the documentation promptly and gave me actionable advice. I was able to resolve everything quickly.”

We Offer Whistleblower Clients a Safe Space

If you are an employee of either a private business or the local government and are ready to blow the whistle on your employer's fraud or corruption, we are here to protect your rights. Our team of Los Angeles qui tam government contract fraud lawyers has experience representing individuals with personal knowledge of fraudulent or corrupt activities. We will help you determine if you have a case, what your legal options are, and what your best course of action is. Our goal is to provide every client with the type of legal advocacy that helps them feel confident and supported. We are passionate litigators, and we never back down from a fight.

Schedule a free consultation with our Los Angeles qui tam government contract fraud attorneys, call (213) 292-5444.

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Our experienced trial attorneys will relentlessly battle in the courtroom to preserve your rights in the workplace. Contact us to schedule a free case evaluation.

Proven Track Record of Success

Case Results
    • Kamali v. State Of California Department Of Transportation $1.8 Million Judgment

      In a single-plaintiff disability failure to accommodate/discrimination claim, our firm obtained a judgment of $1.8 million.

    • Multi-Plaintiff Wage And Hour Case $330,000 Settlement

      $330,000 was recovered on behalf of our clients for failure to pay overtime and failure to provide proper meal and rest breaks.

    • National Origin Discrimination Case $500,000 Settlement

      The supervisors of an employee from Iran had made negative comments about Persians and later denied pay increases and promotional opportunities to a Persian employee.

    • Race/National Origin Discrimination And Harassment Case $1.1 Million Settlement

      A lawsuit was filed against the State of California after employees alleged less-than-favorable treatment by management.

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