Do I have to be represented by an attorney?


    Yes, to bring a qui tam under the False Claims Act, the whistleblower (or Relator) must be represented by an attorney. Selecting an attorney that has experience with qui tam whistleblower lawsuits and the False Claims Act is vital to protecting your interest in this complicated area of the law.

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    Dan Purtell is a trial attorney who has dedicated his career to defending victims of corporate wrongdoing, negligence and abuse. He has extensive experience litigating cases involving catastrophic injury and wrongful death, including cases resulting from pharmaceutical, medical and nursing home negligence, FELA violations, automobile accidents, trucking accidents, construction accidents and premises liability.