Kathleen Cooperstein works primarily on white collar litigation, most frequently relating to the False Claims Act. She has worked on many False Claims Act matters over the years, including the landmark US ex rel. Barko v. Kellogg Brown & Root case that resulted in two significant mandamus decisions setting the boundaries of attorney-client privilege in internal investigations.

Perspectives

Good for the Civil Goose, Good for the Criminal Gander on the Statute of Limitations
Qui Notes: Unlocking the False Claims Act
Let's Talk Turkey: Judge Lifts Seal and Forces Long-Running Investigation Into Action
Qui Notes: Unlocking the False Claims Act
School's Out: Tenth Circuit Finds Alleged Post-Employment FCA Retaliation Against Educator Not Actionable
Qui Notes: Unlocking the False Claims Act
Twin Visa FCA Cases Reach Different Results With Same Judge
Qui Notes: Unlocking the False Claims Act
When Going It Alone Goes Wrong: Qui Tam Case Tossed After Messy Withdrawal of Counsel
Qui Notes: Unlocking the False Claims Act
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Credentials

Education
  • JD, Yale Law School, 2012
  • BA, English, Virginia Polytechnic & State University, 2009, summa cum laude
Admissions
  • District of Columbia
  • Virginia
Clerkships
  • United States Court of Federal Claims, The Honorable Charles Lettow
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