• Practice areas

    Class Actions and Commercial Litigation

    Whistleblower Litigation

    Qui Tam/Medicare Fraud

    The False Claims Act is one of the most critical and effective tools used by the government to identify fraud and return billions of dollars to government-funded programs. Since January 2009, the government has recovered almost $20 billion through the False Claims Act for healthcare fraud and has paid hundreds of millions of dollars in rewards to whistleblowers.

     

    Anyone with non-public information about a health care provider or pharmaceutical company defrauding the government can be a whistleblower. Whistleblowers are most frequently employees in the health care industry, and can include doctors, nurses, nursing home/senior care center staff, hospice workers, billing clerks, pharmacists, pharmaceutical company employees, and many other types of healthcare professionals. You do not need to be an employee to be a whistleblower.

     

    If you are aware of Medicare fraud, contact us for a free case evaluation. You may be entitled to 15-30% of the amount the government recovers.

     

    Commercial Litigation

    Complex Commercial Disputes

    We represent individuals and companies in business disputes involving breach of contract, violations of licensing and technology rights agreements, breach of fiduciary duty and intellectual property disputes.

    Employee Benefits

    Retirement Plans and Health Benefits

    The Firm represents individuals in actions brought under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) involving breaches of fiduciary duty by retirement and health plan fiduciaries.

    Consumer Protection & Deceptive Trade Practices

    Defective Products and Misleading Sales Practices

    The Khurana Law Firm represents consumers of products that are unsafe or defective and consumers who have been misled by false marketing and deceptive sales practices.

    Real Estate Litigation

    Property-related Disputes

    We represent individuals, coop and condo boards, and service professionals in disputes involving breach of contract, agreements with general contractors and subcontractors, violations of by-laws and property management.

    Intellectual Property Litigation

    Copyright/Trademark Disputes

    We represent companies and individuals in disputes involving infringement of copyrights and trademarks. We handle claims for cybersquatting including filing claims under the UDRP.

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