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Department of Justice Releases FCA Stats to Grumbling Bar

False Claims Act, In The Press, Whistleblower, Whistleblower Protection

The DOJ Statistics on False Claims Act awards are in and they created quite a bit of grumbling among those...

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Questioning Virginia “Future Dangerousness” Factor in Death Penalty Sentencing

Blog, Virginia

In February 2011, Mark Lawlor, a leasing consultant in Virginia, was convicted of rape, intent to defile, and premeditated murder...

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In Baseball, Cheating is the Problem, not Blowing the Whistle

False Claims Act, In The Press, Whistleblower, Whistleblower Report

Even in Baseball, which after all is just entertainment, a whistleblower can be subject to being attacked, merely for stepping...

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Fears About Hiring A Lawyer in Maryland

Workers' Compensation

It is a common misconception that workers’ compensation claims are the same as a lawsuit, and many people are afraid...

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SEC Chairman Rejects Caps on Awards to Whistleblowers

False Claims Act, News, Whistleblower, Whistleblower Rewards

Yesterday the Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton appeared to cave-in to common sense when he announced in a...

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