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OSHA: Wells Fargo Treated Terminated Manager Unfairly After He Exposed Potential Fraud

Banking giant Wells Fargo must reinstate a former manager who was fired after he reported possible fraud happening within the organization. The order comes from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Read More

Sleep Disorder Clinic Must Pay $2.6 Million Settlement in Case Launched by Whistleblower’s Complaint

The Bay Sleep Clinic in California has agreed to pay a settlement of $2.6 million in a case related to allegations that it made false Medicare claims over the course Read More

City of San Francisco to Pay $2 Million to Former Prosecutor After Jury Verdict

A former San Francisco prosecutor will receive a $2 million award after a jury found that her employer retaliated against her for investigating corruption within city government. Jurors agreed with Joanne Read More

Hospital Claims EEOC is Misinterpreting Title VII Protections in Lawsuit

Minnesota-based North Memorial Health Care has filed a motion for summary judgment in a case in which a nurse alleges the hospital rescinded a job offer due to religious discrimination. According Read More

Wal-Mart Must Pay $5.5 Million for Retaliating Against Whistleblower

A former Wal-Mart worker will receive more than $5.5 million in both punitive and noneconomic damages after a federal jury in Connecticut found that the company retaliated against him for Read More

Former JPMorgan VP Sues Company, Claiming Whistleblower Retaliation

A former securities broker with JPMorgan & Co. is accusing the company of terminating his employment after he reported potential violations of the Dodd-Frank Act. According to the former employee’s Read More

Healthcare Professionals Can Receive Large Awards for Uncovering Illegal Practices in Pharmaceutical, Medical Device Industries

Medical doctors, pharmaceutical representatives and other healthcare professionals may be able to collect awards if they report valuable information and proof to regulators that a drug company is knowingly selling Read More

New York’s Whistleblower Law Encourages Reports of Possible Tax Fraud

The Corporate Whistleblower Center, a Washington, D.C.-based watchdog group, reports that New York remains the only state in the country that provides meaningful awards to whistleblowers who offer proof of Read More

A Clear Whistleblower Policy Can Benefit Your Business

If you own or operate a business, you might not have thought much about what would happen if an individual within your organization blows the whistle on potential illegal or Read More

SEC Accepts Tips, Even if Investigation is Already Open

After the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has opened an investigation into potential wrongdoing, some people make the mistake of believing they would no longer be able to collect Read More

Whistleblower Claims UnitedHealth Group Involved in Medicare Overbilling

A whistleblower has made claims that UnitedHealth Group, a Minnesota-based company, has committed Medicare fraud by submitting false information related to patient conditions. If the claim is true, it could mean Read More

Whistleblower Receives $545,000 After Enforcement Action Against Bay Sleep Clinic

A sleep technician in California will receive a $545,000 award for serving as a whistleblower in a case involving the Bay Sleep Clinic and several of its affiliates. Bay Sleep Clinic Read More

Court Rules Whistleblowers May Disclose Confidential Information to SEC

A federal judge in San Diego has ruled that whistleblowers may receive protection if they release confidential information to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as part of an Read More

Infosys Controversy Intensifies with Whistleblower’s Anonymous Letter

A letter from an apparent whistleblower with Infosys, one of India’s leading technology companies, alleges that some members of the company’s management team benefited illegally from a recent acquisition. According to Read More

Wells Fargo Fires 4 Senior Managers in Wake of Fake Accounts Scandal

Four senior managers have been let go from Wells Fargo due to their alleged connection to last year’s scandal involving more than 1.5 million fake bank accounts that were opened Read More

After Audit, Xerox Corp. Faces Lawsuit for Alleged Medicaid Fraud in Texas

The Xerox Corporation is currently embroiled in conflict with the state of Texas, which the company accuses of using complex legal action to “divide and conquer” as part of a Read More

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