Practices

Cases Investigated

Beasley Allen is currently investigating the following cases involving consumer fraud. However, our attorneys would like to investigate any claims of loss in any industry that may be the result of fraud.

Three kinds of SEC cases where whistleblower support is invaluable

September 21, 2016 - Since the launch of the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) whistleblower program, the SEC has received more than 14,000 tips from whistleblowers, including tips from every state... Read More


Millions of Wells Fargo customers victims of fraud

September 8, 2016 - Federal regulators revealed an investigation has uncovered a massive fraud scheme at Wells Fargo, whose victims were the bank’s own customers. Read More


Medical device manufacturer pays $18 million to resolve False Claims Act suit

August 9, 2016 - This July, the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced that a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson agreed to pay $18 million to resolve False Claims Act (FCA) allegations. Acclarent, Inc.... Read More


Tax Court orders IRS to pay whistleblower pair $17.8 million

August 8, 2016 - A husband and wife who provided tips and information to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) whistleblower program that led to tax restitutions, criminal fines, and civil forfeitures totaling... Read More


Judge grants preliminary approval to VW emissions cheat settlement; Beasley Allen lawyer appointed Class Counsel

July 27, 2016 - The settlement between Volkswagen and owners of about a half-million diesel-powered vehicles over the German automaker’s emissions cheat scandal is estimated at close to $15 billion. This... Read More




Cardiologist settles False Claims Act allegations for $7.3 million

July 5, 2016 - Dr. Asad Qamar and his practice, the Institute of Cardiovascular Excellence (collectively known as “ICE”), have agreed to pay $2 million and release $5.3 million in suspended Medicare... Read More


VW agrees to settle emissions cheat litigation for more than $14 billion

June 28, 2016 - Settlement between Volkswagen and owners of about a half-million diesel-powered vehicles over the German automaker’s emissions cheat scandal is estimated at more than $14 billion. Read More


Government targets Ambulance Transport Fraud

June 14, 2016 - Last year Medicare paid more than $50 million in potentially improper bills from ambulance companies. These potential improper bills regarded ambulance rides for older Americans. Read More


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