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November 2018 Archives

Whistleblower claim: Oncology drugs repackaged to boost profits

The United States Department of Justice says that pharmaceutical giant AmerisourceBergen (and many subsidiaries) has agreed to settle a civil whistleblower lawsuit for a staggering $625 million. A separate related criminal case was resolved last year – the company agreed to pay $260 million in that case.

Former University of Wisconsin professor condemned for "toxic" sexual harassment

According to University of Wisconsin students and staff, a professor engaged in years of sexual harassment that included unwanted touching, staring and suggestive comments. Professor Harvey Jacobs was the epicenter of "toxic" behavior within the Department of Planning and Landscape Architecture, according to a university investigation.

Federal judge: Wisconsin woman's FMLA lawsuit can proceed

A Wisconsin woman who worked as an administrative assistant played by the rules of the Family and Medical Leave Act ("FMLA"). She notified her employer that after her one-year anniversary at the firm that would make her FMLA eligible, she would have surgery to repair an old Achilles injury. Unfortunately, her employer tried to skirt the rules by informing her that she would instead be placed on unpaid medical leave. 

Large dialysis provider settles whistleblower claim for $270M

Commentators believe that many health care companies and medical providers exaggerate the severity of medical conditions of patients who receive Medicare benefits -- including participants of Medicare Advantage Plans - to increase company profits. Health care fraud depletes resources, and taxpayer money, effectively harming taxpayers and patients alike. Federal law allows individuals with knowledge of fraudulent practices to bring forth lawsuits on behalf of the government to recover taxpayer money that is obtained through fraudulent practices related to government programs or contracts.

Lawsuit accuses Walker administration of wrongful discharge, more

Days ago, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker was narrowly defeated in a bruising bid for re-election. But the two-term governor's battles are not over, as a former state employee alleges in a filed lawsuit that she was wrongfully terminated in retaliation for speaking out against sexual harassment.

Ex-coach cites "smoking gun" voicemail in age discrimination suit

Though it's early in the new season, the Milwaukee Bucks are off to a surprisingly good start, sitting atop the NBA's Central Division. The Cleveland Cavaliers, one of the Bucks' fiercest rivals, occupies the division cellar, however.

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