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Summary: Samsung settles False Claims Act allegations for $2.3 million without any determination of liability or admission of having caused alleged violations of the TAA. Samsung Electronics America Inc. has agreed to pay $2.3 million to resolve allegations that it…>read moreNo Comment August 20, 2014
The U.S. Supreme Court held this Tuesday that the application of the Sarbanes-Oxley whistleblower provisions also protects privately held contractors and subcontractors of a company from retaliation. The court made it clear that the rules also apply to contractors like…>read moreNo Comment March 5, 2014
Guest Post By: Mychal Wilson, Whistleblower and Entertainment Attorney at MychalWilsonEsq.com Mr. Edward Snowden may have believed he was a hero “doing the right thing” while blowing the whistle on his military defense employer Booze Allen Hamilton and the National…>read moreNo Comment September 30, 2013
In his first disclosive video on June 10, government snitch and federal whistleblower Edward Snowden claimed that “I, sitting at my desk,” could “wiretap anyone, from you or your accountant, to a federal judge or even the president, if I…>read more1 Comment July 31, 2013
Now that Stephen Jackson has been fired from JFK Airport, he means to expose the place for keeping slack security. What’s his beef? Too many guards nap. He says he regularly caught maybe 6 a day napping on the job,…>read moreNo Comment June 11, 2013
Ogletree Deakins Continues to Grow Firm with Addition of Trio of Attorneys to Minneapolis Office; Shareholders to Phoenix Office
In recent days, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C announced the addition of a group of attorneys to the firm’s Minneapolis office. The attorneys join from Larkin Hoffman Daly & Lindgren Ltd.. Bruce Douglas joins as a shareholder. Chris…>read more1 Comment November 10, 2011
Verizon has paid $93.5 million dollars to settle a whistleblower lawsuit that alleged the fiber optics leader overcharged the government for voice and data communication services. The “qui tam” lawsuit was not made public until today when the government announced…>read more1 Comment April 5, 2011
Good morning everybody! Today is Thursday, October 7th. Here’s a quick look back at yesterday’s stories. Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote, P.C expanded into Columbus, Ohio,via a merger with Golian McCaffrey, LLC… Squire, Sanders & Dempsey once again achieved a 100-percent…>read moreNo Comment October 7, 2010
Phillips & Cohen LLP has been selected for the National Law Journal’s “Hot List” of the Top 12 plaintiffs’ law firms in the U.S. for 2010. For four times in seven years, Phillips & Cohen has been named to the…>read moreNo Comment October 6, 2010
The fraud charges Northrop Grumman settled yesterday for $12.5 million were as a result of a “qui tam” (whistleblower) lawsuit against Northrop, filed by in federal district court in Los Angeles in 2006 by Allen Davis, formerly a quality assurance…>read moreNo Comment June 24, 2010
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