Our clients include:
For decades, Bernie Lisitza was a typical local pharmacist and owned a small “mom and pop” drugstore outside of Chicago. But when small town pharmacies were becoming extinct, Bernie went to work for Omnicare, the nation’s largest pharmacy for nursing homes. While working at Omnicare, he discovered that the pharmacy was routinely switching Medicaid patients’ prescriptions for more expensive forms of the drugs. Read more.
James H. Holzrichter
Jim worked as an internal auditor for Northrop Grumman’s Defense Systems Division in Rolling Meadows, Illinois. While performing audits on large transactions for government projects, he discovered that the company was falsely inflating its materials costs to increase its reimbursement from the government. Read more.
Rex A. Robinson
Rex was a test engineer for Northrop Grumman’s Defense Systems Division in Rolling Meadows, Illinois, when he began to suspect that the company was lying to the government on the B-2 “Stealth” bomber program. He overheard several conversations in which other engineers discussed fabricating test results for government projects and telling the government that the contracted projects were moving forward even though they were not. Read more.
Leo Burnett Executives
One of the executives had been employed by the company for over ten years, and had risen through the ranks to the position of the Vice President and Corporate Controller, with responsibility for the company’s accounting and financial practices. She had also served as Vice President and Director of Business Analysis & Audit Services (Internal Audit), and as Assistant Treasurer & Associate Director of Corporate Planning. Read more.
Northwestern University Whistleblower
Our client began working at Northwestern’s Feinberg School of Medicine in 2007 as a purchasing coordinator in the Department of Hematology and Oncology. The purchasing coordinator’s primary responsibilities include reviewing and processing invoices and travel reimbursement requests submitted by researchers and physicians working on private and federal government grants. Almost immediately, our client noticed irregularities and red flags with respect to the invoices and reimbursement requests being submitted and paid from NIH grants. Read more.