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Any advice on how to grow a practice in this area, particula neclasslawyer04/11/17
Let me know when you find out. Other than being active in t lolwutjobs04/11/17
hang around Wells Fargo a lot dingbat04/11/17
Find sources within compliance departments? They may discove mrtor04/11/17
Look for disgruntled employees at medical supply companies w municipald104/12/17
Put this ad on the radio: "If you love your job, ignore t jackofspeed04/12/17
Thanks for all the advice. I love the advertisement, sounds neclasslawyer04/12/17
Thanks! The advantage to radio is it's relatively inexpensi jackofspeed04/13/17
neclasslawyer (Apr 11, 2017 - 10:53 am)

Any advice on how to grow a practice in this area, particularly False Claims Act cases? I'm handling some of these cases and have experience in the area, but am struggling with figuring out how to build a consistent pipeline of opportunities here. Thanks.

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lolwutjobs (Apr 11, 2017 - 10:56 am)

Let me know when you find out. Other than being active in the medical community, I have no clue.

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dingbat (Apr 11, 2017 - 11:05 am)

hang around Wells Fargo a lot

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mrtor (Apr 11, 2017 - 12:47 pm)

Find sources within compliance departments? They may discover issues, or learn about them through internal tip lines. Although there may be ethical and legal issues involved with that approach.

Research companies with unsubstantiated rumors or allegations against them. Target certain employees (e.g., local managers, billing) with solicitations and hope one comes forward with enough evidence to sustain a lawsuit.

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municipald1 (Apr 12, 2017 - 2:13 am)

Look for disgruntled employees at medical supply companies with VA contracts. Particularly contracts that require legacy employees from previous vendors to be brought onto new contract providers. Those were the plaintiffs in the whistleblower cases I handled.

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jackofspeed (Apr 12, 2017 - 7:43 pm)

Put this ad on the radio:

"If you love your job, ignore this ad.

Hello, are your bosses weasels? Do they lie, cheat people, or just generally act unethically? Maybe you know they're crooks, you've got proof, but you're afraid someone will find out if you go to the police.

If I've just described you, or you know someone going through the stress and anxiety of working at a job run by crooked ingrates who take and take but never seem to get in trouble, you owe it to yourself to call Me, Lawyer at Lawfirm or on the web at Lawfirm dot com.

The law is on your side, and if your employer is cheating you, they may be cheating the government, too. And that could mean a big payday for you. I'll help you find out if you have a case. Even if you're just thinking about blowing the whistle on the illegal, immoral, or dangerous practices at your workplace, give me a call."

Then refer out the employment law cases, environmental cases, and keep the Qui Tams and False Claims act casses.

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neclasslawyer (Apr 12, 2017 - 8:38 pm)

Thanks for all the advice. I love the advertisement, sounds like a Saul Goodman ad!

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jackofspeed (Apr 13, 2017 - 7:28 am)

Thanks! The advantage to radio is it's relatively inexpensive. Also, since it's a "push" medium, the potential listeners feel "safer". It's also likely to be heard while people are AT work. And, it may have an in terroram effect, at least on some bad employers in your listening area, making life a little bit better for everyone.

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