Defense Contractor Fraud, Federal Grant Fraud, Affordable Housing Fraud

Oftentimes, institutions will apply for and are awarded federal grant dollars based on representations made in applications or certifications to the federal government. Examples include: universities and other institutions of higher education; various types of labs, which may be granted money to perform unique types of research; affordable housing developers; companies that manufacture products, which are sold to United States agencies, such as weapons to the U.S. Department of Defense and other types of machinery, or any third-party vendor services provided to the U.S. Government.

The Law Firm of Jacobson & Rooks, LLC, has substantial knowledge of these types of fraud. Call us first at 856-208-5748 and speak with one of our Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, attorneys.

When these dollars are granted or awarded based on false or misleading representations in government applications, bids, requests for proposals (RFPs) or certifications, and are no longer used for their stated or allocated purpose, this may be a false claim against the government (i.e., these companies are making a claim to the government for money owed to them for a product or a service that is materially different from what the government was told in order to secure those funds). This may be a violation of the False Claims Act and there are substantial rewards for reporting it, as well as anti-retaliation provisions protecting the whistleblower.

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Call our lawyers first at 856-208-5748 or contact us online if you are aware of such fraud or if you have been retaliated against and want the protection of The Law Firm of Jacobson & Rooks, LLC.