• Cornell Dolan in the News

    Reuters: U.S. Joins Whistleblower Case against Insys over Kickbacks

    Cornell Dolan represents relator in suit against opiod manufacturer

    The U.S. Department of Justice announced it would join in a case involving five whistleblowers who allege Insys gave doctors kickbacks if they prescribed the highly-addictive drug Subsys. The case forced Insys into bankruptcy. Cornell Dolan represents one of these relators.

    Washington Times: Cambridge Rescinds Order to Remove Campaign Sign

    First Amendment lawsuit protects political sign on U.S. Senate candidate Shiva Ayyadurai's bus

    After the City of Cambridge ordered U.S. Senate candidate Shiva Ayyadurai to remove a sign from his campaign bus, Cornell Dolan filed a federal lawsuit to protect his free speech rights. Two weeks later, Cambridge folded.

    Reuters: Doctor Admits Receiving Kickbacks

    A Fort Myers, Fla. doctor admitted taking kickbacks from suppliers, will pay $2.8 million.

    A Fort Myers, Fla. pain doctor left his practice after admitting to receiving kickbacks from suppliers to his medical clinic. Cornell Dolan represents one of the relators.

    Burlington Free Press

    Vermont' highest court rules that public officials must turn over emails on private accounts if they discuss public business.

    Vermont's major media was alarmed when a Vermont superior court judge ruled that public officials need not disclose emails that discuss official business so long as they are on private accounts, such as gmail. Representing seven of the largest news organizations and the New England First Amendment Coalition, Cornell Dolan drafted an amici brief that framed the Vermont Supreme Court's landmark ruling.

    Corporate Crime Reporter: Timothy Cornell and the Bumps on the Road to Recovery

    Corporate Crime Reporter interviewed Timothy Cornell about the difficulties in his False Claims Act case against Novartis and Genentech.

    Boston Herald:

    On Privacy

    The Boston Herald interviewed Timothy Cornell about HIPAA sanctions against Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Boston Medical Center for not adequately protecting patient information.