Is James Comey a Whistleblower?

“Today, James Comey became the first FBI director to admit to being a public whistleblower,” states a recent CNN news article covering the testimony Comey gave before Congress on June 8. The CNN article bases this comment on the moment in which Comey stated that he decided to “leak” certain details about his conversations with… More

2017 Marks 50th Anniversary of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act

The Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) was passed in 1967 with the goal of helping people find and keep employment based on skill, rather than on an employer’s arbitrary opinion that the worker was either too old or too young. It followed closely on the passage of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act,… More

Employment Discrimination Claims Stack Up at Fox News As 3 More Employees Come Forward

Fox News has faced a number of allegations of employee discrimination in the past month, resulting in several of the organization’s prominent talent and executives leaving their positions. Now, three more employees have filed claims of discrimination, according to Bloomberg News. In late May 2017, three Fox employees—a shift editor, a former accounts payable coordinator,… More

Medicare Fraud and the False Claims Act

Medicare fraud hurts all Americans. As more seniors reach Medicare age, fraudsters use a variety of strategies to get more payments from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) in New Jersey. Medicare Advantage (Part C) fraud happens when providers or third-party processors claim risk-adjustment payments for members that weren’t treated for conditions on… More

When Job Loss Involves Wrongful Termination, Discrimination, or Retaliation

If you or a loved one has recently lost a job, you may have questions about whether your dismissal is grounds for a wrongful termination lawsuit. In New Jersey, as in most states, most employees work “at will.” In other words, the employer reserves the right to fire an employee at any time, for any… More

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