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Trucking companies say they are exempt from state wage and hour laws

Court documents filed by a group of Southern California port trucking companies accused of fraudulently misclassifying its regular drivers as independent contractors demonstrate how these companies and thousands others like them are trying to step beyond the reach of employee protection laws and tax obligations.

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SEC Whistleblower Actions

The Dodd-Frank Act was passed in July 2010, establishing the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) Office of the Whistleblower in 2011. The program was designed by Congress to provide monetary incentives for anyone with knowledge of fraudulent activities to step forward and report possible violations of federal securities law. The program entitles eligible whistleblowers to an […]

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Louisiana settles Medicaid Fraud litigation for $88.4 million

Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell has reached an $88.4 million settlement with 25 pharmaceutical companies in the state’s ongoing Medicaid Fraud litigation. Beasley Allen attorneys W. Daniel “Dee” Miles, III, Clay Barnett, Roman Shaul, Chad Stewart, and Alison Hawthorne, along with in-house counsel, represented Louisiana in the litigation

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