Peter Rost is amazing. He manages to break the best stories and do the best interviews on Pharmaceutical fraud. This time around, is about a fired Novartis Whistleblower, with over 20 years in the pharma industry.
Read Peter Rost's article on OPEDnews.com regarding the new cancer drug, Tasigna by Novartis. It is revealing and has a very important message for pharmaceutical whistleblowers regarding when and how they should report a whistleblower claim. It sheds light on the fact that most people want to believe in the good about their company. They want to inform them when they see an inconsistency in something and expect them to make it right, They are not expecting any rewards, just an acknowledgment and confirmation on how the company will correct the problem.
An important message to people who may bring a potential qui tam or whistleblower claim against a company, is to know your rights . A relator or whistleblower must take the proper steps to protect their qui tam or whistleblower claim. They need to speak to an attorney that understands and handles qui tam claims. This can make the difference between getting a thank you from the government or a check in the amount of up to 30% of what the government recovers. Unfortunately, the whistleblower has to protect their interest first, and that is not only gathering the documentation and proof. If you have a potential qui tam claim, contact the civil justice prosecutors at LaBovick & LaBovick. They are former Federal Prosecutors and understand how to bring a case on behalf of the government. Consultations are confidential and FREE. Act quickly, protect your rights.
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