MarketWatch mentioned David L. Scher, principal of the The Employment Law Group® law firm and quoted client Rodney Lipscomb on the whistleblower suit against ITT Technical Institute: Whistleblower: Collapse of ITT offers ‘a final sense of justice’.
The New York Times interviewed TELG client Rodney Lipscomb about his whistleblower suit against ITT Technical Institutes, in which he accused the company of defrauding the government: Downfall of ITT Technical Institutes Was a Long Time in the Making.
Al Rojo Vivo, a news show on Telemundo, the Spanish-language TV network, interviewed TELG principal David L. Scher about the shutdown of ITT Technical Institute, a for-profit college network that was the subject of a whistleblower lawsuit by TELG client Rodney Lipscomb. Dave explained how Rodney was fired after raising concerns about ITT's practices — concerns that were echoed by federal investigators.
Law360 interviewed David L. Scher, principal of The Employment Law Group® law firm and client Lori Moore about the Florida eye doctor that agreed Thursday to pay $1 million to resolve whistleblower allegations: Fla. Eye Center, Owner Pay $1M For Overbilling Medicare
The Palm Beach Post interviewed TELG principal David L. Scher and client Lori Moore about eye doctor and singer Monique Barbour and the $1 million settlement she has agreed to pay for overbilling Medicare: Lake Worth eye doctor to settle Medicare fraud claim for $1 million.
WPTV NewsChannel 5 interviewed David L. Scher, principal of the The Employment Law Group® law firm and client Lori Moore about eye doctor and aspiring pop singer Monique Barbour: Local whistleblower successful in court after calling out her boss for Medicare fraud.
Sun Sentinel interviewed TELG client Lori Moore about her whistleblower case against Florida eye doctor and singer Anayya Von Kitten: Eye doctor and singer — aka Anayya Von Kitten — to pay $1M to feds for Medicare overbilling
The Daily Drum - WHUR 96.3 FM
Harold Fisher from the WHUR 96.3 FM’s The Daily Drum interviewed R. Scott Oswald, managing principal, The Employment Law Group® law firm on the topic of sexual harassment in the workplace: What do you do if you’re being sexually harassed at work?.
Counsel Financial, a company that offers loans to law firms, interviewed TELG principal Adam Augustine Carter for its blog. Adam discussed the early days of our law firm — and the reasons behind its growth.
Law360 quoted R. Scott Oswald, managing principal, The Employment Law Group® law firm, in a report detailing the The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on constructive discharge timeline: Justices Offer Clarity For Constructive Discharge Timeline.
Bloomberg BNA quoted R. Scott Oswald, managing principal, The Employment Law Group®, about the U.S. Supreme Court oral arguments on April 19 in one of the most closely watched FCA cases this term: Attorney Predictions Lead Toward Supreme Court Tie in FCA Battle.
Bloomberg BNA quoted R. Scott Oswald, managing principal, The Employment Law Group®, about the possible outcome of the Supreme Court’s justices search for limits of False Claims Act liability: Justices Search for Limits of False Claims Act Liability.
The Brian Crabtree Radio Show
The Bryan Crabtree Radio Show interviewed David Scher, principal, The Employment Law Group® about the settlement against 21st Century Oncology, healthcare and the Religious Liberty Bill: David Scher Joins Bryan Crabtree to Discuss Healthcare & the Religious Liberty Bill.
Washington Business Journal
Can you fire an employee for using pot? Washington Business Journal gets indepth answers from Scott Oswald, managing principal of The Employment Law Group® law firm about drug testing and medical marijuana after his presentation at the SHRM 2016 Employment Law & Legislative Conference.
WINK-TV News, a CBS affiliate based in Fort Myers, Fla., interviewed TELG whistleblower client Joseph Ting and TELG principal David Scher about the federal government’s $34.7 million settlement with cancer-care giant 21st Century Oncology, which had been accused of billing Medicare for unnecessary services.
Modern Healthcare interviewed R. Scott Oswald, managing principal of The Employment Law Group® law firm, about state laws that reward whistleblowers who report fraud against private healthcare insurers: Lawsuits filed under potentially lucrative California, Illinois insurer fraud laws may increase.