Over the past eight years, a team of lawyers representing whistleblower Ronald Streck, a former wholesale drug executive, has routed more than $100 million back into the coffers of the Medicaid Drug Rebate Program.

That was before what happened in Chicago in their latest case. A federal jury last week hit Eli Lilly and Co. with $61 million in damages, a figure set to be trebled to more than $183 million under the False Claims Act. Our Litigators of the Week, Dan Miller, Jonathan DeSantis and Derek Cohen of Walden Macht & Haran, handled Streck’s case alongside Jackson Martin of Martin Law P.C.

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