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Tycko & Zavareei Publishes Inaugural Issue Of Whistleblower Law Newsletter

In This Issue 1. Our first whistleblower law newsletter–who, what and why? 2. Top 5 qui tam settlements of 2010–so far. 3. How this year’s health care reform will impact whistleblower litigation under the False Claims Act. 4. Dodd-Frank, and the brave new world of securities and commodities whistleblowing. 5. Case law developments–Rule 9(b) as […]

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In Case Argued By Jonathan Tycko, The D.C. Court Of Appeals Holds That Transaction At Waterside Towers Apartment Complex Violated Tenants’ Rights Under The D.C. Rental Housing Conversion And Sale Act

On August 26, 2010, the District of Columbia Court of Appeals decided Waterside Towers Resident Association, Inc. v. Trilon Plaza Company. The case was argued on behalf of the Waterside Towers Resident Association in the Court of Appeals by Jonathan Tycko. The case involved a challenge to a transaction that had occurred in late-2003, in […]

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Tycko & Zavareei, Together With Stueve Siegel, Brings Suit Against Washington Capitals For Copyright Infringement, Enhanced Online News

KANSAS CITY, Mo.–(EON: Enhanced Online News)–Stueve Siegel Hanson LLP (http://www.stuevesiegel.com) announces that it has filed a lawsuit on behalf of Chris Joannou against Lincoln Hockey LLC and NHL Enterprises L.P. for copyright infringement. Lincoln Hockey LLC owns and controls the Washington Capitals, a National Hockey League team. NHL Enterprises L.P. is the business arm of […]

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Tycko & Zavareei LLP Investigating Energy Star Fraud

The U.S. Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Agency recently uncovered multiple instances of “Energy Star fraud,” or fraud perpetrated by manufacturers who misrepresented that their products were efficient enough to receive an Energy Star label. Tycko & Zavareei recently launched an Energy Star fraud website to provide information about these instances of fraud. You […]

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Jonathan Tycko And Melanie Williamson Publish “Commentary: Health Care Overhaul Bill Amends False Claims Act To Limit The Reach Of The ‘Public Disclosure Bar’”, Main Justice

Main Justice is an independent news organization that reports exclusively on the United States Department of Justice. A commentary by Tycko & Zavareei LLP attorneys Jonathan Tycko and Melanie Williamson on the impact of the recent health care overhaul on qui tam litigation under the False Claims Act was recently published by Main Justice.

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