With new incentives for whistleblowers and high-profile awards making headlines, an increasing number of plaintiffs attorneys are looking to expand into the often-difficult qui tam arena.

Earlier this month, personal injury firm Messa & Associates hired products liability lawyer Claudine Q. Homolash as an of counsel attorney with an eye toward helping the firm to grow its qui tam practice.

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