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May 22, 2019 - Posts

Whistleblower Roundup – May 22nd, 2019

Check out this week’s Whistleblower Roundup, including whistleblowers reporting safety concerns at Boeing, and Informatica’s $21.57 million False Claims Act settlement.

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May 21, 2019 - Posts

False Background Check? You Have Rights.

Have you been turned down for a job due to a background check that contained false information about you? Have you been fired from a job due to a bad credit report with inaccurate data? You may have a legal case, and we are here to help.

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May 14, 2019 - Posts

U.S. Supreme Court Extends Time for Whistleblowers to File Cases

Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court sided with whistleblowers and unanimously ruled that whistleblowers could also benefit from a three-year extension of the statute of limitations.

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May 10, 2019 - Posts

Barrett Johnston Martin & Garrison Clients Fight Gender Discrimination at Wal-Mart

Our firm represents many of the brave women, like Paulette Owens, who are suing Walmart across the country for pay discrimination.

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May 3, 2019 - Posts

Servers in Kentucky - If You Have to Share Your Tips, You May Have a Legal Claim

Servers in Kentucky:  Have you been required by your employer to share your tips with your co-workers?  Kentucky law strictly prohibits mandatory tip pooling.  Our firm has recovered millions of dollars for servers whose rights have been violated under federal and state wage laws.

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May 3, 2019 - Posts

Kentucky Home Health Nurses - If You Are Paid a Fee Per Visit, You May Have a Legal Claim

Are you paid a fee per visit but get no extra overtime pay even though you work over 40 hours?  We have recovered millions of dollars for workers like you.  Call or message us for a free and confidential consultation.  Know your rights!

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April 25, 2019 - Posts

WARN Act Case Filed Against Railway Installation Company Interrail Signal

Our firm filed a class action on behalf of railroad industry workers who were laid off from work without any warning by Interrail Signal, on or about January 8, 2019. By failing to provide employees with 60 days advance written notice of their terminations, as required by the WARN Act (29 U.S.C. §§ 2101, et seq.), our client alleges that Interrail Signal owes these workers 60 days of pay and benefits.

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April 24, 2019 - Posts

Department of Justice to intervene in another whistleblower case alleging fraud on the Medicare system

Whistleblowers alleged that Comprehensive Pain Specialists (CPS) engaged in various tactics to defraud Medicare and Medicaid. The DOJ is taking action.

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