Whistleblower Attorney Chicago

Chicago whistleblower attorney Michael Rosenblat represents individuals under the False Claims Act and related qui tam or whistleblower statutes. Mr. Rosenblat also represents clients in Healthcare Fraud and Audit Defense, Federal and State Criminal, and UCMJ and related actions. Michael C. Rosenblat has a thorough understanding of the False Claims Act, health care fraud, provider audits, and white-collar crimes after his assignment to the Illinois Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, the Illinois Attorney General’s Special Litigation Bureau, the AG’s Criminal Prosecutions Bureau, where he served as Deputy Chief, and as a private defense counsel. 

Among attorney Rosenblat’s clients are physicians, pharmaceutical sales representatives, pharmacists, nurses, and other professionals seeking to stop fraud, waste, and abuse through the False Claims Act, the Illinois Whistleblower Reward and Protection Act, and other federal and state statutes. He also represents individuals, including physicians, pharmacists, nurses, and other professionals who are being audited, investigated, or charged with overbilling and other fraud-related offenses. Mr. Rosenblat also takes on defendants who have been charged with white-collar crimes, such as credit card fraud, internet crimes, and healthcare fraud offenses.

Working With A Qui Tam Lawyer

Rosenblat Law’s representation is detail-oriented, and attorney Rosenblat uses his experience in both civil litigation and criminal defense. He can evaluate a case from all sides and obtains the best possible results for his clients. Rosenblat Law has had success representing the following types of clients:

Healthcare Provider Audits

Receiving an audit request for information from the government could be intimidating and bewildering because each government agency or government contractor addresses health care fraud differently. Some government agencies ask for specific patient files, while others will identify a particular area of risk and conduct a random audit. Some agencies will conduct audits and investigations if there is a suspicion of health care fraud based on billing outliers.

Rosenblat Law will use their experience in criminal and civil healthcare fraud to provide healthcare clients with the clairvoyance necessary to mitigate the potential of criminal exposure while being audited. Mike Rosenblat has been practicing healthcare law for over 20 years in the Chicago area and throughout Illinois and the United States. If you are being investigated or audited, you can contact Rosenblat Law at 847-480-2390 or by emailing Mike at mike@RosenblatLaw.com.

Successful defense of healthcare investigations and provider audits often requires building a team, gathering evidence in support of your specific defense, and then challenging the denial of claims based on medical necessity, improper CPT Codes, or fighting an extrapolation. Often an expert opinion is required to support these defenses.

Rosenblat Law represents providers in the following auditing areas:

● RAC Audits (Recovery Audit Contractors)

● ZPIC Audits (Zone Program Integrity Contractors)

● Private payor audits (Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, etc.)

● Medicaid OIG Audits (Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services/Office of Inspector General)

● MFCU Audits and Investigations (Medicaid Fraud Control Unit)

Rosenblat Law works with its healthcare provider clients to provide the representation and services the healthcare provider needs. Healthcare counsel is not required by law, but having an experienced healthcare fraud attorney advocating on your behalf can lead to more favorable rulings. Rosenblat law will use its experience, insight, and relationships with the government to defend our clients aggressively, and if necessary, negotiate a favorable resolution.

Whistleblower Lawsuits and The False Claims Act

Michael Rosenblat has been prosecuting False Claims Act cases for almost 20 years. During his time at the MFCU, he focused on fraud that affected the Medicaid Program. While at the Special Litigation Bureau, he prosecuted whistleblower claims and other violations of the Illinois False Claims Act.

Rosenblat Law can prepare your False Claims Act case to ensure that it is in the best position to succeed and will pursue cases even when the government declines to intervene and take over the case. Rosenblat Law will remain dedicated to your whistleblower claim for as long as the case continues to be legally and factually justified.

Mr. Rosenblat’s firm takes a proactive approach while investigating False Claims Act violations. Using this approach, they can produce complaints and disclosure statements demonstrating the allegations alleged in the False Claims Act qui tam complaint.

White Collar Criminal Defense

Mr. Rosenblat spends his time thoroughly reviewing the evidence when he commits to defending a client. Rosenblat Law understands that the path to winning your case begins with investigating the case and exploring and researching every possible legal theory.

Some theories may result in prosecution evidence being excluded or the case being dismissed. Mr. Rosenblat’s firm approach is confident, aggressive, and realistic. He will build a defense specifically tailored to your case.

Approaching every criminal case alike can be detrimental to your defense. Although Rosenblat Law attempts to win every case, sometimes both he and his clients agree that mitigating the severity of the penalties is the best possible outcome. The firm has routinely had sentences reduced or charges reduced through plea negotiations.

As an experienced criminal defense attorney, Mr. Rosenblat has represented individuals in the following criminal matters:

● Healthcare fraud

● White-collar crimes

● Embezzlement

● Criminal sexual assault

● Driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol

● Drug and weapon offenses

● Drug trafficking

● Murder or attempted murder

● Official misconduct

● Possession of child pornography

● Theft and burglary

If you are seeking legal representation for your criminal defense and need more information about our services, contact Michael C. Rosenblat to set up an initial consultation. You can reach Chicago-area criminal defense lawyer Michael C. Rosenblat by calling 847-480-2390, and you can also contact our law firm online.

Rosenblat Law Can Help

Michael C. Rosenblat has proved that he is one of the most successful False Claims Act attorneys in Illinois. Attorney Rosenblat has been representing plaintiffs in False Claims Act cases since being assigned to the Illinois Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit.

Mr. Rosenblat has appeared on numerous television shows, has made presentations before the Chicago Bar Association, and has written for the Illinois Institute of Continuing Education and the American Bar Association. Mr. Rosenblat has also received awards for his commitment to providing the best possible outcomes for his clients.

The information and articles on this website are for general information only and are not intended, and should not be taken as legal advice.

Michael C. Rosenblat is one of the most successful attorneys dedicated to representing clients under the False Claims Act in the Chicago Metropolitan Area. Mr. Rosenblat is a recognized expert in this area of the law. Mr. Rosenblat as co-authored Prosecuting and Defending Claims Under the Illinois False Claims Act, and has taught continuing legal education class on the subject. Michael C. Rosenblat has been involved in litigating cases filed under the False Claims Act since his assignment to the Illinois Medicaid Fraud Control Unit (“MFCU”) and then his assignment to the Illinois Attorney General’s Special Litigation Bureau. While assigned to the MFCU, Mr. Rosenblat represented the State of Illinois in litigation involving false claims submitted to the Illinois Medicaid program. While assigned to the Special Litigation Bureau, Mr. Rosenblat represented Illinois in cases filed under the Illinois False Claims Act, previously known as the Illinois Whistleblower Reward and Protection Act, for false claims submitted against Illinois, which did not involve the Medicaid funds.

Chicago whistleblower attorney Michael Rosenblat represents individuals under the False Claims Act and related qui tam or whistleblower statutes. Mr. Rosenblat also represents clients in Healthcare Fraud and Audit Defense, Federal and State Criminal, and UCMJ and related actions. Michael C. Rosenblat has a thorough understanding of the False Claims Act, health care fraud, provider audits, and white-collar crimes after his assignment to the Illinois Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, the Illinois Attorney General’s Special Litigation Bureau, the AG’s Criminal Prosecutions Bureau, where he served as Deputy Chief, and as a private defense counsel. 

Among attorney Rosenblat’s clients are physicians, pharmaceutical sales representatives, pharmacists, nurses, and other professionals seeking to stop fraud, waste, and abuse through the False Claims Act, the Illinois Whistleblower Reward and Protection Act, and other federal and state statutes. He also represents individuals, including physicians, pharmacists, nurses, and other professionals who are being audited, investigated, or charged with overbilling and other fraud-related offenses. Mr. Rosenblat also takes on defendants who have been charged with white-collar crimes, such as credit card fraud, internet crimes, and healthcare fraud offenses.

Working With A Qui Tam Lawyer

Rosenblat Law’s representation is detail-oriented, and attorney Rosenblat uses his experience in both civil litigation and criminal defense. He can evaluate a case from all sides and obtains the best possible results for his clients. Rosenblat Law has had success representing the following types of clients:

Healthcare Provider Audits

Receiving an audit request for information from the government could be intimidating and bewildering because each government agency or government contractor addresses health care fraud differently. Some government agencies ask for specific patient files, while others will identify a particular area of risk and conduct a random audit. Some agencies, however, will conduct audits and investigations if there is a suspicion of health care fraud based on billing outliers.

Rosenblat Law will use their experience in criminal and civil healthcare fraud to provide healthcare clients with the clairvoyance necessary to mitigate the potential of criminal exposure while being audited. Mike Rosenblat has been practicing healthcare law for over 20 years in the Chicago area and throughout Illinois and the United States. If you are being investigated or audited, you can contact Rosenblat Law at 847-480-2390 or by emailing Mike at mike@RosenblatLaw.com.

Successful defense of healthcare investigations and provider audits often requires building a team, gathering evidence in support of your specific defense, and then challenging the denial of claims based on medical necessity, improper CPT Codes, or fighting an extrapolation. Often an expert opinion is required to support these defenses.

Rosenblat Law represents providers in the following auditing areas:

● RAC Audits (Recovery Audit Contractors)

● ZPIC Audits (Zone Program Integrity Contractors)

● Private payor audits (Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, etc.)

● Medicaid OIG Audits (Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services/Office of Inspector General)

● MFCU Audits and Investigations (Medicaid Fraud Control Unit)

Rosenblat Law works with its healthcare provider clients to provide the representation and services the healthcare provider needs. Healthcare counsel is not required by law, but having an experienced healthcare fraud attorney advocating on your behalf can lead to more favorable rulings. Rosenblat law will use its experience, insight, and relationships with the government to defend our clients aggressively, and if necessary, negotiate a favorable resolution.

Whistleblower Lawsuits and The False Claims Act

Michael Rosenblat has been prosecuting False Claims Act cases for almost 20 years. During his time at the MFCU, he focused on fraud that affected the Medicaid Program. While at the Special Litigation Bureau, he prosecuted whistleblower claims and other violations of the Illinois False Claims Act.

Rosenblat Law can prepare your False Claims Act case to ensure that it is in the best position to succeed and will pursue cases even when the government declines to intervene and take over the case. Rosenblat Law will remain dedicated to your whistleblower claim for as long as the case continues to be legally and factually justified.

Mr. Rosenblat’s firm takes a proactive approach while investigating False Claims Act violations. Using this approach, they can produce complaints and disclosure statements demonstrating the allegations alleged in the False Claims Act qui tam complaint.

White Collar Criminal Defense

Mr. Rosenblat spends his time thoroughly reviewing the evidence when he commits to defending a client. Rosenblat Law understands that the path to winning your case begins with investigating the case and exploring and researching every possible legal theory.

Some theories may result in prosecution evidence being excluded or the case being dismissed. Mr. Rosenblat’s firm approach is confident, aggressive, and realistic. He will build a defense specifically tailored to your case.

Approaching every criminal case alike can be detrimental to your defense. Although Rosenblat Law attempts to win every case, sometimes both he and his clients agree that mitigating the severity of the penalties is the best possible outcome. The firm has routinely had sentences reduced or charges reduced through plea negotiations.

As an experienced criminal defense attorney, Mr. Rosenblat has represented individuals in the following criminal matters:

● Healthcare fraud

● White-collar crimes

● Embezzlement

● Criminal sexual assault

● Driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol

● Drug and weapon offenses

● Drug trafficking

● Murder or attempted murder

● Official misconduct

● Possession of child pornography

● Theft and burglary

If you are seeking legal representation for your criminal defense and need more information about our services, contact Michael C. Rosenblat to set up an initial consultation. You can reach Chicago-area criminal defense lawyer Michael C. Rosenblat by calling 847-480-2390, and you can also contact our law firm online.

Rosenblat Law Can Help

Michael C. Rosenblat has proved that he is one of the most successful False Claims Act attorneys in Illinois. Attorney Rosenblat has been representing plaintiffs in False Claims Act cases since being assigned to the Illinois Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit.

Mr. Rosenblat has appeared on numerous television shows, has made presentations before the Chicago Bar Association, and has written for the Illinois Institute of Continuing Education and the American Bar Association. Mr. Rosenblat has also received awards for his commitment to providing the best possible outcomes for his clients.

The information and articles on this website are for general information only and are not intended, and should not be taken as legal advice.

Michael C. Rosenblat is one of the most successful attorneys dedicated to representing clients under the False Claims Act in the Chicago Metropolitan Area. Mr. Rosenblat is a recognized expert in this area of the law. Mr. Rosenblat as co-authored Prosecuting and Defending Claims Under the Illinois False Claims Act, and has taught continuing legal education class on the subject. Michael C. Rosenblat has been involved in litigating cases filed under the False Claims Act since his assignment to the Illinois Medicaid Fraud Control Unit (“MFCU”) and then his assignment to the Illinois Attorney General’s Special Litigation Bureau. While assigned to the MFCU, Mr. Rosenblat represented the State of Illinois in litigation involving false claims submitted to the Illinois Medicaid program. While assigned to the Special Litigation Bureau, Mr. Rosenblat represented Illinois in cases filed under the Illinois False Claims Act, previously known as the Illinois Whistleblower Reward and Protection Act, for false claims submitted against Illinois, which did not involve the Medicaid funds.