Michael Tabb is a partner at Greene LLP with over thirty years’ experience in complex civil litigation representing plaintiffs, including twenty years’ experience in representing False Claims Act relators. Tabb has extensive experience litigating qui tam cases in which the government has declined to intervene, including several that rank among the largest such recoveries. Representing whistleblowers, he has successfully pursued claims in the health care, pharmaceutical, defense, utilities and import industries. Tabb currently represents relators Julio Escobar and Carmen Correa in U.S. ex rel. Escobar v. Universal Health Services Inc., a case in which the Supreme Court ruled for the first time that implied certification can be a viable theory of liability in FCA cases. In October 2016, Tabb successfully argued the case before the First Circuit after the case was remanded by the Supreme Court.