Press Releases

Healthcare IT Company Will Pay More Than $1.7 Million To Settle Whistleblowers’ Claims of Fraud

October 10, 2023

The amount will settle claims that Capital Technology Information Services misused taxpayer funds from a $15 million federal grant. Whistleblowers Sherette Rhodes and Alisa Mosley will receive a portion of CTIS' payment to the government.

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Carter Healthcare and Its Top Officers Pay $7 Million To Settle Whistleblowers’ Claims of Medicare Fraud

October 18, 2022

Florida home-health therapists Sharon Mahaffey and Mark Brimer will share almost $1.3 million as an award for their whistleblowing in the case of Carter Healthcare, an Oklahoma-based provider that settled allegations of overbilling and pushing treatment without regard to medical need.

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Former Library Official Wins $312,000 Verdict in Prince George’s Discrimination Case

May 16, 2022

TELG client Jeff Naftal won more than $300,000 in damages after a Maryland jury found that he was illegally fired by the Prince George's County Memorial Library System. Mr. Naftal was represented by TELG's Scott Oswald and Austin Szabo.

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U.S. Government Rewards Whistleblower For Role in Security Clearance Fraud Case

April 11, 2022

TELG client Julie 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. Ms. Reed alleged her former employer, KeyPoint, was misrepresenting high-level security clearance investigations.

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International Technological University Will Pay $1.17 Million To Settle Whistleblower’s Allegations of Visa Fraud

January 29, 2021

TELG client Concepcion Saenz-Cambra received a share of a $1.17 million settlement between the U.S. government and a private university that had, she alleged, falsely claimed that certain students qualified for F-1 visas. Dr. Saenz-Cambra was represented by TELG's Janel Quinn and Scott Oswald.

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Anne Arundel Medical Center Will Pay More Than $3 Million to Settle Pharmacist’s Whistleblower Lawsuit

June 27, 2019

An anti-coagulation clinic owned by Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC) billed Medicare and other government insurance programs for a large number of medically unnecessary services, according to federal prosecutors, and AAMC will pay $3.154 million to taxpayers to settle a lawsuit filed by the former supervisor who reported the wrongdoing.

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