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FCA Attorney Susan Coler Presents at Government Contract Law CLE

Susan Coler, a partner in the Halunen Law False Claims Act/Whistleblower practice group provided private and government contract law attorneys her thoughts on “Navigating the False Claims Act: Protecting Your Client’s Business, Whistleblowers, and Tax Dollars” at a day-long CLE on January 20, 2022. Titled Government Contract Law: Fundamentals and Hot Topics, the CLE was …

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Veteran Employment Law Attorney Pamela Spera Joins Halunen Law

Halunen Law is pleased to announce that attorney Pamela Spera has joined its Employment Practice Group, bringing more than 25 years of experience and an impressive record of favorable judicial rulings and settlements on behalf of her clients. Her experience in state and federal district court and appeals to the Minnesota Court of Appeals and …

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Training Magazine Features Clayton Halunen’s Insight on COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates

Recent Training magazine article features Clayton Halunen’s insight on timely questions related to Covid-19 workplace vaccine mandates COVID-19 vaccine ultimatums from employers across the country are increasing—and increasingly clear: Get the shot or get a new job. And in the overwhelming majority of cases, employers are within their rights to fire employees who refuse vaccination. …

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Halunen False Claims Act Attorney Nathaniel Smith Selected as One of the Top 40 Under 40 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyers in Minnesota

Halunen Law is happy to announce attorney Nathaniel Smith’s selection by The National Trial Lawyers for inclusion into its Top 40 Under 40 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyers in Minnesota. This honor is given to only a select group of lawyers for their superior skills and qualifications in the field.  A member of Halunen Law’s False …

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Halunen Law’s Gerald Robinson Integrally involved in $36M MD Helicopters case

PHOTO: Shah Marai/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images In a False Claims Act (FCA) case tried recently in Huntsville, Alabama, the jury found that MD Helicopters, historically run by financier Lynn Tilton, defrauded the U.S. government in the amount of $36 million. The case alleged executive level bribery of military personnel to secure government contracts for the purchase of helicopters destined for …

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Halunen Law Attorneys Christopher Moreland and Ross Stadheim appointed to Minnesota NELA Board

Halunen Law is pleased to announce Employment Law Chair Christopher Moreland and Employment Attorney Ross Stadheim, both of whom are Partners at the firm, were recently appointed to the Minnesota Chapter of the National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA) Board. NELA is a nationwide organization comprised of over 2,000 members dedicated to empowering employees’ rights attorneys …

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Halunen Law recognized as “Minnesota’s Best” Law Firm, Employment Lawyer, and Personal Injury Lawyer

Firm wins Gold Award honors in Star Tribune statewide “Minnesota’s Best” Campaign Minneapolis-based Halunen Law received the distinct honor of being selected as a Gold Award Winner in three categories in the StarTribune “Minnesota’s Best” campaign. Voters from across the state made their preferences known, and Halunen Law received a top-ranked status in the Law …

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Whistleblower Attorney Susan Coler Quoted in Bloomberg Law

Susan Coler, whistleblower attorney at Halunen Law, provides comments to Bloomberg Law regarding recent statutory amendments to the False Claims Act introduced by Republican Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa). “Shifting the materiality burden from plaintiffs to defendants will allow whistleblowers to more easily establish that a bad actor’s conduct could influence a decision maker in deciding …

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