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Vincent McKnight in Shining Whistleblower Armor S3Ep1

I was so glad to get a chance to know this “good man” better and learn about his background. How did I know he was a “good man”? When I was just starting to cold call and search for new stories for CBS, Vince was one of the first attorneys to actually take the time to visit with me, and we chatted a little about whistleblowing etc. but at the end of our call, he said something that I never forgot. One phrase that we dont hear or especially, say enough, and one that immediately tells others what kind of a person you are. Curious yet?

Vince, this managing partner with all these historical cases, said to little old me…..”If you need anything or have questions, please call me. Im happy to help anyway I can.”

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H. Vincent McKnight Jr.

Vincent “Vince” McKnight, Jr. is the Washington, DC Managing Partner of Sanford, Heisler Sharp, a national law firm with offices in the District of Columbia, New York, California, Tennessee, and Maryland, and a Co-Chair of the Firm’s Whistleblower & Qui Tam Practice Group. He also represents clients in employment discrimination and wrongful discharge cases. Vince received his J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania School of Law and his B.A. from Brown University.

Sanford Heisler And Sharp LLP                 

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Vince represents whistleblowers in sealed and unsealed False Claims Act/qui tam suits under investigation by the United States and other governmental stakeholders. He has achieved significant success in such cases, including the representation of whistleblowers in a series of actions alleging that office products companies (Staples, Office Depot) were illegally selling products from non-compliant countries such as China to the U.S. government in violation of the Trade Agreements Act and General Services Administration (GSA) policies. He also served as co-counsel in United States ex rel Cox v. Smith & Nephew, alleging unlawful sales of medical devices under government contracts arising from the manufacturer’s violations of the Trade Agreements Act.


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