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New York Nurses Union Sues Over Poor COVID-19 Working Conditions

The New York State Nurses Association (NYSNA) filed three lawsuits, alleging failures on the part of several healthcare entities to protect nurses in COVID-19 wards. The defendants in the suit were the New York State Department of Health and a pair of New York hospitals: Westchester Medical Center and Monteflore Medical Center. The three lawsuits Read More

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Wells Fargo Accused of Unfair Methods of Processing PPP Applications

A company filed a lawsuit against Wells Fargo on behalf of small business owners, alleging the bank took unfair actions against small businesses seeking COVID-19 relief through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).  The PPP was implemented as a means of incentivizing small businesses throughout the United States to avoid worker layoffs and offer up to Read More

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COVID-19 Fraud Cases are Coming: What To Expect

Healthcare fraud costs American taxpayers billions of dollars every year. With the widespread coronavirus pandemic, it is expected that much of the fraud in 2020 will be related to the COVID-19 crisis. But what will COVID-19 fraud look like? What we’re already seeing This spring, the United States Department of Justice put out a press Read More

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Long Island City Council Creates New Law for Greater Whistleblower Protections During Pandemic

Members of the City Council for Long Island City developed new legislation to offer greater protections for whistleblowers who speak out about workplace safety issues during the COVID-19 pandemic. The goal is to keep all essential workers safer and to hold employers liable for the working conditions they maintain. About the legislation Under the new Read More

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Employees Take Legal Action Against Smithfield Foods, Alleging Negligence During Pandemic

Meat packing plants across the nation have been in the news throughout the spring for the challenges they’ve faced in staying operational while also keeping their employees safe from the COVID-19 pandemic. One of these plants, Smithfield Foods in Milan, Missouri, is now the subject of a lawsuit filed by an employee who alleges the Read More

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Secondhand Whistleblower Reports Can Be Extremely Valuable

There is a tendency in organizations to dismiss secondhand whistleblower reports as little more than hearsay. However, experts say secondary whistleblower reports can actually be extremely valuable for uncovering information about fraud and other internal wrongdoing. One recent study by analyzed more than two million whistleblower reports from more than 1,000 public companies in Read More

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School District Must Pay More Than $100,000 to Settle Asbestos Whistleblower Claim

Dearborn Heights School District No. 7 (D7) was ordered by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to pay more than $100,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by a whistleblower who made complaints about asbestos in school facilities in 2012 and 2016. The settlement money was for $102,905 in back wages, damages and other compensations. Read More

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Whistleblower Claims City of San Diego Ignored Asbestos and Fire Safety Warnings at Downtown High Rise Building

An engineer who works for the City of San Diego recently claimed in a letter to the San Diego City Attorney’s Office that supervisors ignored his numerous warnings about fire dangers and asbestos contamination at a high-rise property owned by the city on Ash Street.

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Former CEO of Interface Inc. Files $100 Million Wrongful Termination Lawsuit

In mid-January, Jay Gould was fired from his position as CEO of Interface Inc., a global manufacturer of flooring materials. Now he has filed a lawsuit against the company for wrongful termination, and seeks $100 million compensation.

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SEC Issues First Whistleblower Awards of 2020

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently awarded a whistleblower more than $277,000 for their assistance in providing the agency with significant information that alerted it to an ongoing fraud scheme. It also provided a second award for $45,000 to an investor who helped the SEC recover assets that were ultimately returned to victims.

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