A Business Litigation & False Claims Act/Whistleblower Firm

Enockson Law Celebrates Its Seventh Anniversary / October 2021

It’s hard to believe that seven years ago I left “big law” to start my own firm.  I started with a single client that I still represent to this day.  Over the past seven years, the firm has represented countless clients in business, construction and real estate litigation, and has provided pragmatic dispute avoidance advice …

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Enockson Law Successfully Defends Client and Recovers on Counterclaims / May 2021

After a three day bench trial in May of 2021, Enockson Law successfully defended its client in a bench trial in Denver District Court.  The case arose out of Enockson Law’s client’s termination from her employer that resulted in claims beings asserted against her, and counterclaims being alleged back against the employer for money due …

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Enockson Law Prevails in Dispute over Purchase of Denver Nightclub / November 2020

In November, 2020, Enockson Law prevailed in a two day bench trial on behalf of its client who was seeking to recover money paid for the purchase of a downtown Denver nightclub.  After hearing all of the evidence, the Court ruled in Enockson Law’s client’s favor by finding that an agreement existed for the purchase …

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Enockson Law Represents False Claims Act Whistleblower Resulting In a Colorado Neurosurgeon Paying $2.35 Million to Resolve Allegations of Illegal Kickbacks

On February 12, 2020, the United States Attorney for the District of Colorado announced that Dr. William Choi and three companies that he owned paid the United States $2.35 million to resolve civil allegations that Dr. Choi received illegal kickbacks from distributors of spinal implant devices that he used in surgeries he performed.  The settlement …

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10th Circuit Refuses Rehearing in FCA Whistleblower Case

In United States ex rel. Polukoff v. St. Mark’s Hospital, a much watched False Claims Act case, the Tenth Circuit has denied a petition for en banc rehearing. The Polukoff case, which is the subject of a prior blog, held that there is no bright line rule that a medical judgment can never form the basis of a False Claims Act …

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No Bright Line Rule For Medical Judgment Falsity

The Tenth Circuit recently held that there is no bright line rule that a medical judgment can never serve as the basis for a False Claims Act claim. In United States ex rel. Polukoff v. St. Mark’s Hospital, 895 F.3d 730 (10th Cir. 2018), the Tenth Circuit reversed the Utah District Court’s decision to dismiss a …

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