Reuben Guttman

Mr. Guttman lectures students at a NITA program at Seattle University Law School Reuben A. Guttman, born 1959 in New York City, is an American attorney and a founding Partner of Guttman, Buschner & Brooks PLLC ("GBB"), a DC-based plaintiffs' firm His practice involves complex litigation and class actions. He has served as counsel in some of the largest recoveries under the False Claims Act. The ''International Business Times'' has called Guttman "one of the world's most prominent whistleblower attorneys," and he has been recognized as a Washingtonian Top Lawyer by ''Washingtonian Magazine''.

Citing “wins recouping billions of dollars for the federal and state governments,” a February 19, 2015 profile of Mr. Guttman by the Boston Globe's STAT NEWS referred to him as the “Lawyer Pharma Loves to Hate.” Citing a $98 million recovery from Community Health Systems, Inc., Law 360 named Mr. Guttman a “Health Care MVP” and profiled him in a December 1, 2014 article. Author David Dayen, writing in his Book, Chain of Title (The New Press, 2016) cited Mr. Guttman's work on behalf of “robo-signing” whistleblower, Lynn Szymoniak, noting “he had won some of the largest awards in the history of the False Claims Act; there was really nobody better for the case.” Writing in their book, The Corporate Whistleblower's Survival Guide, (Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc., 2011), authors Tom Devine and Tarek F. Massarani wrote that “in settling qui tam litigation, [Mr. Guttman] has aggressively and successfully negotiated for corrective action against public health and safety consequences from prescription drug fraud.” In their book, When Good Companies Go Bad, (ABC CLIO, 2014), authors Donald Beachler and Thomas Shevory profiled Mr. Guttman's off label marketing case against Abbott labs, involving the drug Depakote, which resulted in a $1.6 billion recovery in 2012 for state and federal governments. The Spring, 2013 Cover Story for the Emory Lawyer profiled Mr. Guttman as one of Emory Law School's “leading players” in the area of complex litigation noting that “even before filing a case, Guttman’s team engages in intensive investigation, retains experts and prepares as if a trial is imminent.” Mr. Guttman is a regular contributor to Medium. Provided by Wikipedia
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    United States ex rel. Rodriguez v. Hughes, et al. : trial / by Zwier, Paul J., 1954-

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    United States ex rel. Rodriguez v. Hughes, et al. : motions : relators materials / by Zwier, Paul J., 1954-

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    United States ex rel. Rodriguez v. Hughes, et al. : motions : faculty materials / by Zwier, Paul J., 1954-

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    United States ex rel. Rodriguez v. Hughes, et al. : motions : defendants materials / by Zwier, Paul J., 1954-

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