Commercial Cases

If you feel you have been treated unfairly, we might be able to help you. We have the experience and resources to help you maximize your results in a potential commercial lawsuit. We are currently investigating cases in the following areas: contract claims, unfair business practices and fraud, Qui Tam (whistleblower) claims and other issues.

Contract disputes may arise when one party fails to fulfill its contractual obligation, it is known as a “breach” of contract.

Fraud (business) may have happened to and you may have experienced a loss. If you believe you may have been stolen from, de-frauded or misled by an individual or business and experienced financial loss, you may have some options to recover what you have lost.

Qui Tam (whistleblower) case may be filed under the qui tam or whistleblower provisions of the Federal False Claims Act.  The Federal false claims act permits private parties to sue on behalf of the government when they believe that defendants submitted false claims for government funds.  The private party may be able to receive a share of any recovery. The False Claims Act (Qui Tam) permits the government to intervene in such lawsuits.  The False Claims Act (qui tam and whistleblower) permits the government to investigate the allegations made in the relator’s complaint and to decide whether to intervene in the lawsuit, and to recover three times its damages plus civil penalties. We are here to help you recover federal and state government money from those unscrupulous individuals or companies that defraud our government. If you have original information about a possible violation of the federal securities laws that has occurred, is ongoing, or is about to occur you may be eligible to become whistleblower.

We can help you submit this information anonymously so that your identity remains protected to the fullest extent possible. If you need help with providing whistleblower information anonymously (to the Department of Justice or The Office of the Whistleblower) about potential fraud (e.g., health care fraud, defense department contract fraud, securities fraud – governmental or non-governmental, contract fraud, investor fraud etc.), contact us. The Program also prohibits retaliation by employers against employees who provide the DOJ with information about possible securities violations.

Contact Us

At the Gooch Law Firm, we pride ourselves on providing our clients reliable representation for even the most challenging cases. If you believe that you may have a commercial claim, contact our office at 1.844.329.5955.