Department of Labor thanks TELG for its input on OSHA’s Whistleblower Program Restructuring Project in, “OSHA’s Whistleblower Protection Program Review: Findings and Recommendations”.
TELG Attorney David Scher quoted by Law360: “Calif. Arbitration Rulings Seek To Dodge Concepcion”.
TELG Attorney David Scher quoted in Lawyers USA on recent rise in whistleblower claims:“Whistleblower Claims Fueled by Unemployment”.
TELG Attorney R. Scott Oswald publishes article entitled “Recent Developments in Qui Tam Litigation” The Rocket Docket News” in The Newsletter of the Northern Virginia Chapter of the Federal Bar Association (Winter 2012).
TELG Attorney R. Scott Oswald quoted by Federal Times: “When Can Agencies Monitor Your Email? FDA Case Sparks Debate Over Policy”.
TELG Attorney R. Scott Oswald quoted by Human Resource Executive Online: “Work and Politics”.
TELG Attorney David Scher quoted by the Army Times, Navy Times, Marine Corps, Times, Military Times, and was mentioned on the Government Accountability Project’s (GAP) Daily Whistleblower News blog:“Whistle-blowers Sue VA, Claim Reprisal”.
TELG Attorney R. Scott Oswald quoted in Washington Lawyer Magazine: “Credit Checks: Weight Employers’ Risks against Job Seekers’ Rights”.
TELG Attorney David Scher appears on Hearst Television stations to discuss Herman Cain sexual harassment scandal.
TELG Attorney quoted in Law360 regarding new Sarbanes-Oxley whistleblower regulations:“OSHA Changes To SOX Whistleblower Regs Go Too Far: Attys”
TELG Attorney David Scher appears on Nightline ABC News regarding Herman Cain sexual harassment affair.
TELG Attorney R. Scott Oswald quoted by Law360 on ARB’s decision in Vannoy v. Celanese Corp:“Revival of SOX Case Stokes Confidentiality Concerns”
TELG Attorney R. Scott Oswald quoted by Lawyers USA: “SOX Whistleblower Decision Creates Employer Problems”.
TELG Attorney David Scher appeared on News Channel 8 (WJLA): “Transgender Discrimination – Should America Be On The Lookout For A New Pattern Of Hate Crimes?”.
TELG Attorney David Scher quoted by the Fresno Bee: “Social media cases on the rise”.
TELG Attorney David Scher appeared on WUSA 9 television to discuss workplace discrimination based on attractiveness: “Ugly? You may have a case”.
TELG Attorney David Scher quoted in The Daily Herald: “Law protects some social media comments”.
TELG Attorney David Scher quoted by Forbes: “Contagion’: Why Your Company Needs a Succession Plan”.