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Corporate Whistleblowing 2020: Where We Are Today and Where We’re Going

Posted  10/14/20
CC Attorney Mary Inman
On Oct. 14, Mary Inman spoke at Brooklyn Law School’s virtual conference Corporate Whistleblowing 2020: Where We Are Today and Where We’re Going. Click here to read more.

October 13, 2020

Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation, an auto financing subsidiary of the car manufacturer, has agreed to pay a civil penalty of $4 million and provide up to $1 million in restitution to customers to settle charges that the company engaged in illegal collections and repossession practices.  The company was alleged to have repossessed cars despite the customer having made payments or taken other actions to avoid repossession; imposed improper storage fees; refused to return personal property to customers; overcharged customers making payments by telephone; and mislead customers regarding their right to bankruptcy relief.  CFPB

A Better Approach to Fighting Fraud in West-Virginia: Bring in the Whistleblowers

Posted  10/12/20
CC Attorneys Gordon Schnell, Max Voldman
Whistleblower attorneys Gordon Schnell and Max Voldman were published in The Dominion Post, A Better Approach to Fighting Fraud in West-Virginia:  Bring in the Whistleblowers.  (Oct. 12, 2020) Click here to read more.

A Better Approach to Fighting Fraud in West-Virginia: Bring in the Whistleblowers

Posted  10/12/20
By Gordon Schnell, Max Voldman
West-Virginia Capitol Building
(Guest Essay Published in the Dominion Post) As the saying goes, Mountaineers are always free in West Virginia.  Unfortunately, the cost of fraud is not.  And as evidenced by the eye-popping $50 million fraud settlement the federal government just secured from Wheeling Hospital, there is a lot of fraud going around these days.  The problem for the Mountain State is it does not have the proper tools to deal with...

Partner Mary Inman and Theranos whistleblower, Erika Cheung, speak on the Forbes' stage about whistleblowers & corporate accountability

Posted  10/9/20
Male standing with their silhouette as a whistle
On 30 October 2019, Constantine Cannon partner Mary Inman and Erika Cheung, founder of Ethics in Entrepreneurship and a former whistleblower who reported Theranos to health regulators, shared the stage in Detroit at the Forbes 30 under 30 conference to discuss the importance of whistleblowers and corporate accountability, as captured in the video below. The discussions kicked off with Erika’s experience...

Partners Mary Inman and Henry Su discuss whistleblowing in Montfort Communications’ webinar "Whistleblowing: a Legal and Media Perspective from Both Sides of the Atlantic"

Posted  10/9/20
london-westminster
Constantine Cannon partners Mary Inman and Henry Su, alongside two renowned journalists - Katherine Eban and Martin Bright, participated in a webinar on whistleblowing issues across the pond, which was moderated by Stuart Leach, Head of Litigation and Disputes at Montfort Communications and aired last week. The webinar focused on the differences in treatment of whistleblowers in both the U.S. and UK. Mary...

SEC Has Record Year of Whistleblower Rewards

Posted  10/9/20
Securities and Exchange Commission logo with a stack of coins and cash on top
The SEC closed out its fiscal year (September 30) with an avalanche of whistleblower awards, doling out 15 awards for a total of more than $50 million in September alone.  Six of those awards were made on September 30, clearly highlighting the SEC's desire to trumpet the success of its whistleblower program for this record-breaking year. The SEC also seems to be standing strong in its continued messaging to...

Constantine Cannon Settles Case Alleging Kickbacks to Multi-Practice Physicians’ Group for Referrals to Wholly Owned Ambulatory Surgery Center – Whistleblower Was Former CEO

Posted  10/9/20
doctor operating with nurse
Constantine Cannon, on behalf of whistleblower Jeffery Neuberger, has settled a False Claims Act action against Mid Dakota Clinic and a related entity.  Mr. Neuberger, the former CEO of the medical group, filed his case in 2017 alleging a scheme in violation of the Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS) between the medical group and its wholly owned ambulatory surgery center (ASC).  At issue was a financial arrangement whereby...

October 8, 2020

CHS/Community Health Systems Inc. will pay $5 million to resolve the claims of 28 states related to a data breach that affected over six million patients, exposing their names, birthdates, social security numbers, and other information.  CHS also agreed to take undertake specific measures to help keep patients’ information secure.  NC

A horrifying cancer cluster story emphasizes the need for more environmental whistleblowers

Posted  10/8/20
By Sarah “Poppy” Alexander
a waste barrel zoomed-in of a sticker saying "HAZARDOUS WASTE"
Mother Jones recently published a harrowing account of a scientific mystery—why did a number of otherwise healthy young women develop a rare eye cancer in the Lake Norman region of North Carolina?  Through a detailed and nuanced portrait of the women, their families, and a regional fight for justice and accountability, the story’s author, Arielle Emmett, makes clear that no government regulator, independent body,...
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