David L. Haron is a partner in the Detroit office of the national law firm of Foley & Mansfield, PLLP. His practice focuses on health care law, federal and state False Claims Act litigation, and business transactions and litigation.
Haron represents and counsels health care clients in a wide array of legal matters, including compliance with fraud and abuse laws; credentialing and employment matters; shareholder disputes; regulatory interpretation; and business organization.
He also represents whistleblowers across the country in False Claims Act cases involving fraud and misuse of government funds, and has helped recover more than $300 million from corporations and individuals who fraudulently received funding from taxpayers. He has represented numerous plaintiffs in successful False Claims Act cases including U.S. ex rel. Byrne v. Damon Clinical Laboratories, Inc., resulting in a civil and criminal recovery of $119 million, and in 2010, U.S. ex rel. Maher, et al. v. Ortho-McNeil-Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc., which resulted in a recovery of more than $81 million.
Haron received his BA and JD from the University of Michigan in 1966 and 1969, respectively. While attending law school, he served on the editorial board of the Journal of Law Reform. Following graduation, he served as a law clerk for Chief Judge T. John Lesinski of the then recently formed Michigan Court of Appeals. He has been featured as a "Michigan Super Lawyer," was a recipient of the 2010 Michigan Lawyers Weekly "Leader in the Law" award, and is an active member in numerous professional associations, including the American and Michigan Bar Association Health Care Law sections, American Health Lawyers Association, and Taxpayers Against Fraud. He frequently serves as an arbitrator/mediator, and is a hearing panelist on the Michigan Attorney Discipline Board and a fee arbitrator for the Michigan Attorney Grievance Commission. Haron is also a frequent speaker and author on topics related to health care law and False Claims Act litigation.