Kirk Chapman practices primarily in the False Claims Act arena representing whistleblowers. As part of his False Claims Act practice, Kirk has represented whistleblowers in cases generating some of the largest recoveries under the Federal False Claims Act. These cases include a global settlement against Bristol Meyers Squibb (which resulted in a $515 million recovery for the Medicare and Medicaid programs) and Mason v. Medline (which resulted in an $85 million recovery for the United States and one of the largest settlements in a nonintervened case to date).
Kirk has over 20 years of experience litigating class and complex matters in a wide range of practice areas. He began his career focusing on securities fraud and employment discrimination class actions. During this time, Mr. Chapman was one of the principal attorneys handling In re Tyco International, Ltd. Securities Litigation, which recovered over $3.2 billion for the company’s injured shareholders.
Brian serves as the managing partner of the firm and is a prominent international business attorney and entrepreneur with over 25 years of experience.
As the managing partner, Brian is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the firm’s operations and works closely with his partners and senior staff to implement legal, administrative, and organizational strategies.
George Washington University School Of Business (B.B.A. Finance, 1986)
Jeremy J. Troxel, Partner
Jeremy has spent his legal career litigating cases involving dangerous prescription drugs and faulty medical devices, consumer protection class actions, False Claims Act cases, and consumer protection actions on behalf of State Attorneys General. Jeremy received his J.D. from Harvard Law School and was named a 2015 and 2016 Rising Star by Super Lawyers® magazine.