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Whistleblower News from the Inside - April 11, 2014

Posted  April 11, 2014

By the C|C Whistleblower Lawyer Team

NHL sued for promoting violence – Nine former players claim the league “intentionally created, fostered and promoted a culture of extreme violence.”  NYT

Congress organizing new committee for whistleblowers? — Senator Grassley announces plans to create a new Senate caucus dedicated to upholding federal whistleblower protections.  Washington Post

Lance Armstrong reveals names in doping scandal – He identifies a group of people who helped him dope to win his titles, which may be an important first step to his finally coming clean about the whole scandal.  NYT

Top Medicare doctors receive twice as much reimbursement as peers – Medicare releases billing data detailing how $77B in federal healthcare funds were spent in 2012, exposing doctors who the government paid as much as 100 times the average for their respective fields.  Bloomberg

Nine charged in “Zeus” malware conspiracy – The government alleges a wide-ranging conspiracy to capture passwords, account numbers, and other online banking log-in information to steal millions of dollars from victims’ bank accounts.  DOJ

Big banks’ role in bond trading questioned – The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) is scrutinizing whether money managers at banks have enjoyed favored status at the expense of other investors.  WSJ

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