Whistleblower Earns More Than $1.6 Million in Settlement Of PPP Fraud Case Against Auto Dealership Company
October 11, 2023
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.
October 02, 2023
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.
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.
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.
June 23, 2021
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.
Avanir Pharmaceuticals Will Pay $103 Million to Taxpayers to Settle Whistleblowers’ Allegations of Healthcare Fraud
September 26, 2019
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.
Whistleblower’s Lawsuit Results in $5.9 Million Settlement in Medicare Fraud Case Against Hospice Operator
December 13, 2018
Superintendent of Gettysburg National Park Welcomes OIG’s Release of Report after U.S. Attorney Declines to Prosecute
November 07, 2018
The Employment Law Group Caps a Year of Recognition With Multiple Honors from U.S. News & World Report
November 01, 2018
Deepening Its Commitment to Whistleblower Rewards, The Employment Law Group Names Oswald to Lead Practice
October 01, 2018
U.S. and 5 States Add Firepower to Whistleblower’s Claims Against Insys Therapeutics, Marketer of Opioid Spray
May 14, 2018
Whistleblower Helps U.S. Taxpayers Recover $850,000 From Minnesota Dermatologist Accused of Medicare Fraud
December 02, 2017
August 24, 2017
Consumer Advocate Helps Government to Secure $89 Million Settlement in Reverse-Mortgage Foreclosure Scheme
May 16, 2017