Description

The Whistleblower examines nonpartisan issues of fraud, waste and abuse. From 1998 to 2004, show creator and host attorney Mychal Wilson was employed by big pharma giant Bristol-Myers Squibb, where he was a top sales representative in Los Angeles, California. Mychal was trained, managed and directed to give kickbacks to doctors from Beverly Hills to downtown Los Angeles in exchange for drug prescriptions.

As a big pharma rep in the “wild wild west,” and while attending law school at night, Mychal informed his employer that its business practices were unethical. And, subsequently, he was terminated in 2004. Then, in 2007, Mychal was one of several whistleblowers in a $515 million dollar settlement with the United States Department of Justice (“DOJ”) for illegal sales and marketing tactics by Bristol-Myers Squibb. And, again in 2016, with a $30 million dollar settlement with the California Department of Insurance for similar alleged illegal business conduct.

Since 2007, as Qui Tam counsel, Mychal has filed numerous sealed fraud cases with the DOJ and other federal and state agencies, with recoveries such as $23.5 million dollars in 2011 against medical device maker Medtronic, $9.9 million dollars in 2014 against Medtronic again, and $4.9 million dollars in 2014 against medical device maker Biotronik, and $63.5 million in 2019 regarding fraudulent pricing conduct by Indian generic drug maker Lupin.

Currently, as a relator and whistleblower attorney, Mychal Wilson has assisted various state and federal agencies recover over $650 million dollars in American taxpayer’s dollars. Folks, these are your taxpayer’s dollars recovered under the False Claims Act, also known as the Lincoln Law. This law was enacted under President Abraham Lincoln, and amended under both President Reagan and President Obama. Simply, fraud, waste and abuse is a nonpartisan and American taxpayer issue.

Notwithstanding, Celebrity Whistleblower Attorney® Mychal Wilson wanted to create a show to give you an insider’s view into the risky, secret and potentially lucrative world known as “whistleblowing.” A show which explores the courage and integrity within us, and in some cases, the potentially lucrative incentivized integrity for those Davids fighting those Goliaths, and for those who help bring about justice for others at their own expense.

What’s New

Version 2.0

This release includes bug fixes and general stability improvements

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