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  • Wells Fargo to Pay $577,000 in Whistleblower Claim
    Wells Fargo to Pay $577,000 in Whistleblower Claim

    Former Branch Manager Gets Job Back, Along with Back Pay The United States Department of Labor has issued an order requiring banking giant Wells Fargo to rehire a former branch manager and to pay her ...

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  • Appeals Court Revives Whistleblower Claim Against Johnson & Johnson’ DePuy Orthopaedics
    Appeals Court Revives Whistleblower Claim Against Johnson & Johnson’ DePuy Orthopaedics

    First Circuit Reverses District Court Dismissal of Doctors’ Claim A federal whistleblower claim , filed by two British orthopedic surgeons, has been reinstated by the 1st United States Circuit Court ...

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  • Will Opioid Litigation Be the Next Tobacco Litigation?
    Will Opioid Litigation Be the Next Tobacco Litigation?

    The state of Mississippi has joined the city of Chicago, the state of Ohio and counties in California and New York, filing a lawsuit against manufacturers of opioid pharmaceutical products, contending ...

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  • DePuy Hip Implant Case Headed for Appeal
    DePuy Hip Implant Case Headed for Appeal

    Johnson & Johnson Seeks to Overturn $498 Million Verdict Pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson has appealed the verdict of a Texas jury awarding five plaintiffs $498 million in a lawsuit alleging ...

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  • Mississippi Whistleblowers Going to U.S. Supreme Court
    Mississippi Whistleblowers Going to U.S. Supreme Court

    Sisters Reported Abuse of Federal Flood Program by State Farm Two sisters from Mississippi are headed to the U.S. Supreme Court to protect a verdict they won against insurance giant State Farm. Cori ...

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  • Federal Regulators Knew of Hundreds of Wells Fargo Whistleblower Complaints
    Federal Regulators Knew of Hundreds of Wells Fargo Whistleblower Complaints

    Report Says Office of the Comptroller of the Currency Failed to Follow Up on Allegations According to a report published last month, the federal agency responsible for monitoring and regulating the ...

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