About Brian Mahany

Brian Mahany is arguably the leading U.S. whistleblower (False Claims Act & SEC) and mass action lawyer, having founded a national qui tam and class action law firm – Mahany Law Partners LLC, winning the largest single defendant case in history - $16.65 billion in a False Claims Act case against Bank of America (among many other settlements and verdicts measuring in the billions), and representing individuals and companies against powerful corporations across America.

Brian’s law practice and the focus of his award-winning blog Due Diligence is on remedies for people and businesses that are either victims of corporate misconduct or are stepping up as employee or ex-employee whistle blowers to expose:​

  • Healthcare Fraud​
  • Government Contract Billing Schemes​
  • Military Contractor Financial Misconduct​
  • Illegal Conduct by Banks, Mortgage Companies, and Servicers​
  • Public Companies Flouting SEC Rules and Regulations​
  • Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Frauds​

Lawyer Mahany is an expert on U.S. state and federal whistleblower laws including maximizing the cash bounties offered to whistle blowers for helping to stop fraud, whistle blower job protections, and other issues in high-stakes cases against bloated and uncaring corporations.​

Saints, Sinners & Heroes – Covert Ops in the Wars against the C-Suite Mafia, a book released in hardcopy and digital by Sutton Hart Press, has become the go-to text for whistleblowers and lawmakers looking for a thorough yet understandable guide to the opportunities and pitfalls in using whistleblower laws to hold corporations and individuals accountable for their illegal activities. The book achieved Amazon bestseller status in 3 categories.​

Brian is a popular speaker on financial and legal topics, including a recent rare second invitation to address the national MENSA conference – an annual gathering of America’s brightest minds. He is a regular expert commentator for national publications and news outlets ranging from the Washington Post and the Financial Times to PBS and others.​

Brian Mahany’s home base is at his Texas Hill Country property but has offices and affiliates in New York, California, Wisconsin, Florida, Washington DC, and other states.