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Peter Briccetti is a contributing editor with Front Line Whistleblower News. He writes about breaking whistleblower news, and False Claims Act whistleblowers, FCPA whistleblowers, and tax fraud whistleblowers. Peter is a graduate of Hamilton College with a degree in History and an interest in politics and anti-corruption law. At Hamilton, he wrote for the Hamilton College Spectator as an editor and contributor.

An Oklahoma City specialty hospital, its management group, a physician’s group, and two physicians will pay over $72.3 million to settle allegations of improper payments to physicians under the False
Continue Reading Oklahoma Hospital Management Company and Associates To Pay $72.3 Million To Settle Allegations Of False Claims Act Violations

Alexion, a Boston-based pharmaceutical company, agreed to pay $21.5 million to settle charges it violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). A settlement, announced by the Securities and Exchange Commission
Continue Reading Alexion Pharmaceutical To Pay $21 Million In Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Settlement

In open letters to the Senate Finance Committee and House Committee on Ways and Means, the National Whistleblower Center (NWC) urged the committees to strengthen the IRS Whistleblower Program.
Continue Reading Whistleblower Advocates Call on Congress to Strengthen IRS Tax Whistleblower Program to Combat COVID-19 Related Tax Fraud

On July 1, Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation agreed to pay $642 million to settle a False Claims Act case brought by a whistleblower. The federal government claims that Novartis knowingly committed
Continue Reading Novartis To Pay Over $642 Million To Settle Allegations of False Claims Act Violations

The pharmaceutical company Hoffmann-La Roche allegedly defrauded the federal government out of $1.4 billion by falsely representing claims of the drug Tamiflu’s effectiveness and potential in a pandemic, according to
Continue Reading Whistleblower in Tamiflu Case Alleges Pharmaceutical Company Fooled CDC into $1.4 Billion Contract