Recent Posts in Whistleblower Category

  • March Legal Madness: The N.C.A.A. Will Appeal Recent Anti-Trust Decision

    Following an earlier ruling this month by a Federal District Court, the N.C.A.A. announced on Saturday that they will appeal a ruling which found preventing student athletes from being paid in addition to scholarships and related athletic costs violates anti-trust law. Donald Remy, the N.C.A.A.’s chief legal officer, released a statement saying, “We believe, and the Supreme Court has recognized, ...
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  • Antitrust Disputes Expected to Rise in 2019

    Throughout 2018, the employment practices of many U.S. companies were subject to increasingly intense pressure when it came to antitrust practices. Though the year is still young, it looks like 2019 is only gong to see this trend continue to grow. Consider that at the federal level, the Department of Justice went after several companies for “no-poach” agreements last year. The DOJ prosecuted these ...
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  • Higbie Case May Expose Corruption within the State Department

    MR Civil Justiceis representing a client, R. Higbie, a veteran of the Diplomatic Security Services. Higbie spent his entire career protecting diplomats and is now facing a civil lawsuit, spurred by these same dignitaries. A Case of Harassment It began when Higbie first learned the news that his daughter was suffering from a rare genetic disorder. The State Department suggested that he quit his ...
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  • Whistleblower Case: Allegations of Illicit Activity by American Diplomats

    A former State Department employee and investigator, Aurelia Fedenisn, was threatened after she had sent in documents that alleged cover-ups on illicit activities from several American security officials and diplomats, including senior officials who were working under then-Secretary of State, Hilary Clinton. Some of these allegations include: Soliciting sexual favors from prostitutes, including ...
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