Media Coverage

NOV '22
11

CNBC spoke with TELG’s Kellee Boulais Kruse about how you can protect yourself if you’ve been laid off by your employer. Tips include brushing up on employment law to make sure you haven’t been illegally fired and negotiating your severance offer.

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OCT '22
27

Local Florida media such as the Tampa Bay Times reported on the $7 million settlement reached between Carter Healthcare and TELG clients Sharon Mahaffey and Mark Brimer. The two home-health therapists blew the whistle on their former employer and claimed Carter Healthcare overbilled and pushed unnecessary treatment onto patients. Ms. Mahaffey and Mr. Brimer were represented by TELG principal Janel Quinn.

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SEP '22
02

TELG's Kellee Boulais Kruse spoke with AARP about 8 steps employees can take to fight against age discrimination.

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AUG '22
24

TELG client Ashaki Charles filed a complaint against her former employer, the Rutgers University Foundation, alleging that she was fired for reporting racist comments. Ms. Charles is represented by TELG principals Scott Oswald and Anita Chambers.

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JUN '22
10

The Los Angeles Daily News, along with other media, reported on the $9.48 million settlement of a case filed by whistleblowers Elize Oganesyan and Damon Davies. Ms. Oganesyan and Mr. Davies will share an award of more than $1.75 million for their role in revealing Medicare fraud by their former employer, Minas Kochumian, a doctor who admitted that he submitted payment claims for procedures and tests that never happened. The whistleblowers were represented by TELG principal Janel Quinn.

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JUN '22
01

Various lawyers, including TELG principal Adam Carter, speak with CNN about the Supreme Court’s internal investigation into the recently leaked opinion on abortion rights. Requests to cooperate are potentially putting clerks into a no-win situation – where anything they do is suspicious.

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MAY '22
23

TELG client Megan Borovicka has filed a lawsuit against her employer, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp, alleging gender pay discrimination and sexist comments from superiors. Ms. Borovicka is represented by TELG principal Anita Chambers.

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MAY '22
12

Whistleblower claims filed under the Occupational Safety and Health Act come with some limitations — namely, a very strict deadline and OSHA’s control of the investigation. TELG’s Nick Woodfield explained to Bloomberg Law that many of these cases, however, overlap with other laws, which may give whistleblowers more options — including the option to be represented by private counsel.

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MAY '22
09

Age discrimination concerns are discussed following the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ prediction that more older people will be in the workforce in the future. TELG’s Tom Harrington spoke with Kiplinger about common patterns in age discrimination cases and gave some advice for people facing it.

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APR '22
12

Bloomberg Law and other media reported on the recent settlement of TELG's client, Julie Reed. Ms. Reed will receive almost the maximum share allowed in qui tam cases as a reward for her work on behalf of the U.S. government. She alleged her former employer, KeyPoint, was misrepresenting high-level security clearance investigations.

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MAR '22
21

TELG principal Nick Woodfield spoke with Inman about red flags that real estate agents may encounter with their brokers and managers. Nick's suggestions take into account the legal protections available to both employees and independent contractors.

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MAR '22
18

A Texas federal court has determined that plaintiff Keishonna Harper's Title VII retaliation claim should proceed to trial. Ms. Harper is represented by TELG principal Kellee Boulais Kruse.

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FEB '22
24

Lexology and other media reported on the Federal Bar Association's fifth annual Qui Tam Conference, which covered topics from telemedicine to cybersecurity. TELG's Scott Oswald helped organize the conference in his role as the section's chair.

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JAN '22
27

Following Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer's retirement announcement, TELG's Nick Woodfield spoke with Law360 to look back on some of the highlights of Justice Breyer's career.

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JAN '22
07

TELG client Julia Grant has filed a lawsuit against Australian company CSL Behring, alleging wrongful termination, retaliation, and gender and age discrimination. Ms. Grant is represented by TELG's Adam Augustine Carter.

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DEC '21
16

The Muse interviewed TELG principal Adam Augustine Carter on what to do when faced with a non-solicitation agreement or clause. Adam emphasized understanding the details and how enforceable an agreement may be in your state before signing – and suggested negotiating to get the most beneficial deal.

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DEC '21
16

Mandates requiring the COVID-19 booster vaccine are cropping up around the country as government agencies, employers, and universities debate the possible benefits and backlash. The Pews Trust spoke with TELG managing principal R. Scott Oswald about the legality of private employers requiring the booster.

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DEC '21
02

TELG plaintiff Carol Clark-Kutscher filed a lawsuit claiming she was retaliated against and fired for blowing the whistle on Medicare fraud.

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NOV '21
29

TELG principal R. Scott Oswald gives advice to HR professionals stuck between doing what’s legally right and what their higher-ups want them to do. Scott suggests consulting with the employee handbook, other executives in the organization, or even outside counsel.

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SEP '21
17

At the 2021 conference for the Society for Human Resource Management, TELG principal R. Scott Oswald gave a presentation on how HR professionals can be at risk of individual liability when there's wrongdoing in the workplace. Scott explained to the audience that jurors typically believe that HR has a responsibility to act when presented with possible wrongdoing.

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