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J. Joseph Rossi is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and the Notre Dame Law School. He served as an infantry officer in the U.S. Marine Corps, including Operation Desert Storm. Following law school, Joe practiced with a large firm in Grand Rapids and served as an assistant U.S. attorney in Grand Rapids for eight years, where he evaluated every Qui Tam, or False Claims Act, case filed in West Michigan. Joe joined Drew Cooper & Anding in Grand Rapids in 2010 and formed one of the region’s first Qui Tam whistleblower practices to represent private citizens who sue to recover taxpayer money taken by fraud. He also has extensive litigation experience in Michigan state courts. Follow him on Twitter for whistleblower news @whistleblowermi.
June 20, 2014
| By Joe Rossi
No one enjoys opening medical bills — or paying them, for that matter. While the average American experiences slight bouts of sticker shock whenever a large procedure or unexpected test is added to their visit costs, the unethical practice of up-coding has left many patients paying for procedures that were either unnecessary or never even performed. What rights do you have as a patient? How can this behavior be caught and reprimanded? Read More