Whistleblower Attorney Washington DC

Julie Grohovsky is based in Washington, D.C. and has brought qui tam False Claims Act whistleblower cases in the Nation's Capital and other federal and state courts. She is conveniently located near all major government agencies in the Washington, Northern Virginia and Maryland metro areas, which is particularly helpful in dealing with fraud against federal agencies such as CMS, Department of Defense and GSA, as well as securities and tax fraud involving the SEC and IRS. Julie has been particularly successful in fraud and government procurement False Claims Act matters.

Before picking up the mantel as an attorney in private practice representing whistleblowers and qui tam relators, Julie was an Assistant U.S. Attorney prosecuting criminal cases in the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia, where she also served as the Director of Training and was responsible for training all lawyers and support staff in the largest U.S. Attorney’s Office in the country. Julie also served as an Attorney Advisor in the Office of the Inspector General for the Department of Justice, where she investigated allegations of fraud, waste, and abuse in various offices, including the FBI.

Julie began her legal career in the Washington, D.C. office of the law international law firm of Crowell & Moring, where she learned about the False Claims Act from the defendant's perspective.

Julie received a B.A. from John Carroll University in University Heights, Ohio and her law degree from The Georgetown University Law Center, where she served on The Tax Lawyer Law Review. After getting her law degree, Julie clerked for D.C. Superior Court Judge Virginia L. Riley, and is a former Adjunct Faculty member at the American University Washington College of Law. She is admitted to practice law in the District of Columbia as well as the State of Ohio.

Julie can be contacted through the Whistleblower Law Team at:

Phone: 800-777-0356 Email: info@WBLTeam.com


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