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Noah B. Aschen


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Noah focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation in state and federal court. He has experience in white collar defense, government investigations and corporate internal investigations.

In 2016, Noah was a Summer Associate at Mintz Levin. Prior to joining Mintz, he was a judicial intern for the Honorable Richard K. Eaton of the US Court of International Trade. During law school, Noah was an Associate Editor on the Fordham University School of Law International Law Journal and also served as First Amendment Editor on the Moot Court Board.

Prior to attending law school, Noah was a research assistant at a cybersecurity risk management firm, where he worked on investigations of financial institutions and corporations. He also worked as a legal staff assistant in the products liability practice group at a national law firm.


  • Fordham University (JD)
  • Brandeis University (BA)


In this issue, we provide an overview of 46 recently unsealed qui tam cases and take an in-depth look at four of those cases. Two of the featured cases were filed by patients, a rare but growing category of relators, in one instance using supporting data from the CMS Medicare database. In addition, we discuss health care qui tam litigation trends based on filings in the 12-month period that ended on June 30, 2018, including the government’s intervention rate and the percentage of cases filed by customers, business partners, consultants, patients, and other nontraditional relators.