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Sprint Will Pay $330 Million to Settle Whistleblower Tax Fraud Case

Telecommunications giant Sprint recently agreed to settle a long-running whistleblower lawsuit regarding incidents of tax fraud to the tune of $330 million. The lawsuit alleged Sprint had been committing tax fraud since 2005. It is not the greatest timing for Sprint, which is currently going through the approval process for a merger with T-Mobile. The Read More

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Home Depot Whistleblower Files Lawsuit Alleging Retaliation, Defamation

A 65-year-old former employee of Home Depot has filed a lawsuit against the company, claiming that he was punished for acting as a whistleblower in helping reveal the company’s illegal hazardous waste dumping that resulted in a $27.8 million fine. He also claimed Home Depot continues the practices, even after it was put on a Read More

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Whistleblower Sues Oregon Sheriff’s Department for Harassment and Retaliation

A sergeant in a sheriff’s department in northwest Oregon who alerted authorities to the poor performance of a detective in the department filed a $1.6 million lawsuit alleging supervisors in the department created a hostile work environment after he reported his concerns. The officer, Sgt. Matt Swanson, filed the lawsuit in early April in Oregon Read More

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