Halunen Law in the News

Recent British Medical Journal details Halunen Law’s FCA case against Tamiflu manufacturer

Halunen Law is representing Tom Jefferson, a UK epidemiologist and researcher in a private False Claims Act whistleblower suit claiming the drug company Roche defrauded U.S. federal and state governments by falsely claiming that its antiviral drug oseltamivir (Tamiflu) could be a powerful tool in mitigating a flu pandemic. The suit, for $1.5 billion, is …

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Halunen employment attorney Emma Denny to moderate panel featuring trial court judges

At an upcoming educational program, “Tips from the Trial Court on Winning Your Next Employment Trial,” a distinguished panel of trial court judges will discuss effective ways to persuasively conduct voir dire, motion practice, openings, objections, direct/cross exams, and closings in employment law cases. Moderated by Halunen Law employment attorney Emma Denny, the panel will …

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Halunen Law False Claims Act Attorney Gerald C. Robinson Named Partner

MINNEAPOLIS, MINN (February 4, 2020): Halunen Law is pleased to announce Gerald C. Robinson was recently made a Partner at the firm. Robinson joined Halunen Law in 2017 and is highly respected for his proven track record, intellectual curiosity, and out-of-the-box thinking. Robinson has nearly 30 years of success in complex litigation, with an intense …

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Halunen Law attorneys present Title VII and Civil Rights insights at Minnesota Lavender Bar Association Conference

Amanda Crain and Colin Pasterski recently presented at the Minnesota Lavender Bar Association (MLBA) 19th Annual Conference on Saturday, February 1, 2020.  The MLBA proudly supports the LGBTQ+ Community and promotes equality and diversity in hopes of creating a community supportive of all professionals. Amanda and Colin’s presentation took a deep dive into the three cases currently under advisement …

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Tamiflu Fraud Bilked $1.5 Billion from Government, Alleges Whistleblower

Lawsuit: Roche Pharma misrepresented flu drug’s ability to contain influenza pandemic BALTIMORE – Drug company Hoffmann-La Roche (OTCMKTS – RHHBY) bilked U.S. federal and state governments out of $1.5 billion by misrepresenting clinical studies and falsely claiming that its well-known influenza medicine Tamiflu was effective at containing potential pandemics, according to a recently unsealed whistleblower …

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Clayton Halunen featured on inaugural season of the Whistleblower Revolution podcast

Heidi Weber talks in-depth with Clayton Halunen, founder of Halunen Law, in Season One, Episode Two of her podcast, the Whistleblower Revolution. They cover whistleblower laws, protections available to whistleblowers, steps to take when blowing the whistle, and what goes into bringing a case to trial. This podcast is a welcome reunion for Weber and …

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Halunen Law FCA Attorney Lon Leavitt to Offer Expertise and Perspective at Health Care Compliance Association Conference

An experienced and respected former Assistant United States Attorney, Lon Leavitt has extensive experience handling successful investigations and cases under the False Claims Act. As a participant in two presentations at the upcoming HCCA Scottsdale Healthcare Compliance Conference on November 8, he will share his valuable expertise and professional perspective with members of the healthcare …

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Halunen Law’s Chris Moreland to moderate panel at upcoming Labor & Employment Law Institute Conference

The rise of the gig economy and increase in the use of arbitration agreements/class action waivers have yielded some interesting developments, particularly with respect to the question of how those agreements are applied (or not) to workers who drive for companies like Uber, Amazon, etc. Chris Moreland, Halunen Law partner and chair of the employment …

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