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April 9, 2021 - Posts

Whistleblower Roundup – April 9th, 2021

Check out this week’s Whistleblower Roundup, including an article about a whistleblower at Nissan Motor Co., and a $22.5 million False Claims Act settlement against South Carolina’s largest urgent care provider.

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March 25, 2021 - Posts

Barrett Johnston Martin & Garrison Represent Whistleblowers in a Successful Federal Lawsuit Alleging Fraud Against HUD

We are proud to report another resolution of a successful whistleblower case that alleged fraud against a HUD program designed to increase affordable housing.

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March 22, 2021 - Posts

United States Reaches $200,000 Settlement with Property Developers in False Claims Act Case Filed by Barrett Johnston Martin & Garrison

The United States Justice Department announced the $200,000 settlement of a qui tam lawsuit (i.e. a whistleblower lawsuit) with Defendants Aziz Ashurov, Laziza Abdullaeva, and Capital Invest, LLC, relating to the purchase of property in Nashville through a program run by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). We are proud to represent the whistleblowers, and thank them for their courage in coming forward.

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March 16, 2021 - Posts

Whistleblower Roundup – March 16th, 2021

Check out this week’s Whistleblower Roundup, including a CEO sentenced to prison for role in $150 million health care fraud scheme and a $10.25 million False Claims Act settlement.

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February 12, 2021 - Posts

Health Management Associates Whistleblower Awarded Nearly $1 Million in Fees

A federal court ruled this week that the Health Management Associates whistleblower is entitled to almost $1 million in attorneys’ fees and expenses for his role in bringing about a $260 million settlement between Health Management Associates and the government that resolved allegations of healthcare fraud.

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February 8, 2021 - Posts

Whistleblower Roundup – February 8, 2021

Check out this week’s Whistleblower Roundup, including a $1.72 million False Claims Act settlement resulting from P-Stim device use and a report from Bloomberg Law highlighting an increase in SEC whistleblower tips due to Americans working from home.

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February 1, 2021 - Posts

Whistleblower Roundup – February 1, 2021

Check out this week’s Whistleblower Roundup, including a $1.9 million COVID-19 relief fraud indictment, and a whistleblower complaint leading to a SEC investigation of Exxon.

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January 4, 2021 - Posts

Collective Action Lawsuit Filed Against Nashville Electric Service

Our firm, Barrett Johnston Martin & Garrison, LLC, filed a lawsuit against Nashville Electric Service for failing to pay their supervisors for all overtime hours worked. This lawsuit seeks to recover the overtime pay owed to these workers.

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