whistle-blowers

Willing to Blow the Whistle on Doping? New Legal Aid Group Wants to Help

Willing to Blow the Whistle on Doping? New Legal Aid Group Wants to Help

Johann Koss, an Olympic speedskating gold medalist, is among the founders and directors of Fair Sport, which will seek to assist sports doping whistle-blowers.

Lawyer for Family of Sergei Magnitsky, Dead Russian Whistle-Blower, Is Seriously Injured

Nikolai Gorokhov, who suffered severe head injuries in a fall, represents relatives of Sergei L. Magnitsky, who uncovered a $230 million fraud targeting the financier William F. Browder.
Wells Fargo Whistle-Blower Wins $5.4 Million and His Job Back

Wells Fargo Whistle-Blower Wins $5.4 Million and His Job Back

Wells Fargo has been ordered to pay an employee it fired in 2010 after he reported suspected fraud.
Harbert Reaches $40 Million Tax Settlement With New York

Harbert Reaches $40 Million Tax Settlement With New York

Philip A. Falcone in 2015. Some of the backers of his former hedge fund, Harbinger Capital Partners, were accused of not paying state taxes for some of the most profitable years that he was managing
Fair Game: A Whistle Was Blown, but Who Was Listening?

Fair Game: A Whistle Was Blown, but Who Was Listening?

Michael J. Lutz, a former employee at Radian Group, reported concerns about the company in 2013. But so far, the S.E.C. has been mum.
Common Sense: Wells Fargo Whistle-Blowers’ Fate Becomes Just a Footnote

Common Sense: Wells Fargo Whistle-Blowers’ Fate Becomes Just a Footnote

Wells Fargo is still dealing with fallout from a scandal involving the creation of fraudulent accounts.
Edward Snowden and Cory Doctorow Talk Sci-Fi and Reality

Edward Snowden and Cory Doctorow Talk Sci-Fi and Reality

A video feed of Edward Snowden conducting an interview at the New York Public Library.
Common Sense: Barclays’s Latest Problem: Questions on Chief’s Judgment

Common Sense: Barclays’s Latest Problem: Questions on Chief’s Judgment

In little more than a year as the Barclays chief executive, James E. Staley has made two missteps that have resulted in shareholder protests and multiple investigations.
Hyundai Whistle-Blower, in Rarity for South Korea, Prompts Recall

Hyundai Whistle-Blower, in Rarity for South Korea, Prompts Recall

Kim Gwang-ho, an automotive engineer, in Yongin, South Korea, last month. Mr. Kim was the source of internal Hyundai documents that prompted the government to order a recall.
UnitedHealth Overbilled Medicare by Billions, U.S. Says in Suit

UnitedHealth Overbilled Medicare by Billions, U.S. Says in Suit

Benjamin Poehling, a former finance director for UnitedHealthcare Medicare and Retirement, filed a whistle-blower lawsuit that the Justice Department has joined.
UnitedHealth Overbilled Medicare by Billions, U.S. Says in Suit

UnitedHealth Overbilled Medicare by Billions, U.S. Says in Suit

Benjamin Poehling, a former finance director for UnitedHealthcare Medicare and Retirement, filed a whistle-blower lawsuit that the Justice Department has joined.
Air Force Investigating Possible Mishandling of John Glenn’s Remains

Air Force Investigating Possible Mishandling of John Glenn’s Remains

Bill Zwicharowski, a mortuary branch chief at Dover Air Force Base, in 2011.
Justice Department Weighs In Against Wells Fargo in a Whistle-Blower Suit

Justice Department Weighs In Against Wells Fargo in a Whistle-Blower Suit

Paul Bishop, who worked at an institution taken over by Wells Fargo, is one of two whistle-blowers in a lawsuit against the bank.
Trump Signs Bill Meant to Restore Trust in V.A.

Trump Signs Bill Meant to Restore Trust in V.A.

Michael Verardo, who lost his leg in Afghanistan, with his wife, Sarah, and Secretary David Shulkin on Friday at the White House.
Trump Signs Bill Meant to Restore Trust in V.A.

Trump Signs Bill Meant to Restore Trust in V.A.

Michael Verardo, who lost his leg in Afghanistan, with his wife, Sarah, and Secretary David Shulkin on Friday at the White House.
Celgene to Pay $280 Million to Settle Fraud Suit Over Cancer Drugs

Celgene to Pay $280 Million to Settle Fraud Suit Over Cancer Drugs

Mark J. Alles, the chief executive officer of Celgene, at a conference in Beverly Hills, Calif., in May.
Celgene to Pay $280 Million to Settle Fraud Suit Over Cancer Drugs

Celgene to Pay $280 Million to Settle Fraud Suit Over Cancer Drugs

Mark J. Alles, the chief executive officer of Celgene, at a conference in Beverly Hills, Calif., in May.
Celgene to Pay $280 Million to Settle Fraud Suit Over Cancer Drugs

Celgene to Pay $280 Million to Settle Fraud Suit Over Cancer Drugs

Mark J. Alles, the chief executive officer of Celgene, at a conference in Beverly Hills, Calif., in May.
Law Firm Sees Britain as Hunting Ground for U.S. Whistle-Blower Cases

Law Firm Sees Britain as Hunting Ground for U.S. Whistle-Blower Cases

Mary Inman helped Constantine Cannon start a whistle-blower practice in London.