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    • International Business Times

      United Airlines Dragging Passenger Off Plane Was Illegal, Says Lawyer – Here’s Why by Juliana Rose Pignataro | Link to original source (96K) Not only did United Airlines make millions of enemies when it forcibly removed a passenger from a Louisville-bound flight, it also acted illegally, according to attorney Brian Mahany of Wisconsin-based Mahany Law.

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    • Forbes

      Five Lessons From United Airlines About Handling A Customer Experience Gone Bad by Stan Phelps | Link to original source (88K) Unless you live under a rock, you are most likely aware of United Airlines most recent misstep. A passenger who had boarded a plane was involuntarily bumped, asked to leave his seat and then was forcibly removed. Refer to a CNN report on Flight #3411.

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  • Fairness in Class Actions Bill Anything But…

    … to support the measure. The Chamber and leadership was able to railroad the bill through the House but now people are waking up and realizing just how serious this legislation is to our legal system. The good news is that it is not too late. Contact your Senator and let them know how terrible this legislation is. Even if your two Senators are Democrats…

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  • Whistleblower News Review

    …Book Review SAINTS, SINNERS, AND HEROES – Covert Ops in the War against the C-Suite Mafia, author Brian Mahany Link to original source (166K) The ultimate whistleblower handbook, featuring numerous real life examples and case studies. By one of America’s most visible whistleblower attorneys. Author and multi-billion-dollar lawsuit-winning…

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  • Kaiser Health News

    … owes him for care he provided in 2013 and part of 2014, according to the complaint. “Why would any physician want to accept a Medicaid patient if they are getting shortchanged on their pay?” said Mahany. The publicly traded insurer, based in Long Beach, operates health plans in 12 states and Puerto Rico covering about 4.2 million people, including…

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  • Think Glink

    … case and how the verdict could impact the financial industry moving forward. Please note: This interview has been edited for length and clarity. What is the False Claims Act? How do these cases work? The False Claims Act was passed when Abraham Lincoln was president during the Civil War. The government was broke – a lot like it is now – and vendors…

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  • Whistleblower News Review

    … Bank of America. That historic case brought to light some BoA practices similar to those of Allied Corporation. According to the DOJ, as part of that settlement, BoA acknowledged that it had “sold billions of dollars of Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities (RMBS) without disclosing to investors key facts about the quality of the securitized loans…

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  • Accounting Today

    …In the Blogs: The Season Approaches by Jeff Stimpson | Link to original source (119K) Highlights of some of our favorite tax-related blogs from the past week. Like it is TaxMama: Following “a total paradigm shift in our government,” the nuts and bolts of what Trump’s plan means for changes individuals can expect in their tax lives. Hint…

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  • Morning Consult

    … enforcement action against the bank, and some former bank employees have filed lawsuits against the San Francisco-based lender. But it’s unclear, Thomas said, what recourse will be available to them under a slate of state and federal laws. It’s particularly important to offer whistleblowers the option to report violations anonymously, a key tenet…

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  • Watching the Hawks

    …Blowing the Whistle on Corporations w/ Brian Mahany Link to original source Tabetha Wallace and Tyrel Ventura are joined by Brian Mahany, author of the book “Saints, Sinners & Heroes.” Joins us from LA to talk about his work blowing the whistle on corporations. The post Watching the Hawks appeared first on Mahany Law…

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  • Whistleblower News Review

    … the agency for a private sector job and took the hard drive with her. FDIC officials failed to report the major leak of personally identifiable information after being aware of it for months. “We are concerned that financial institutions will fail to immediately report cybersecurity incidents, especially successful attacks,” said leading U.S…

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  • Whistleblower News Review

    … is high. Any deliberate attempt to ignore or bypass cybersecurity rules or failure to report a breach endangers our national security and the safety of members of our armed forces along with that of each American citizen. Cyber whistleblowers are key to ensuring that our nation is safe, playing a paramount role in protecting our nations information systems. The post Whistleblower News Review appeared first on Mahany Law. …

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  • CW Network [Video]

    …Saints, Sinners & Heroes by Brian Mahany Link to original source Attorney Brian Mahany presents his new book: “Saints, Sinners & Heroes: Covert Ops in the War against the C-Suite Mafia” The post CW Network [Video] appeared first on Mahany Law…

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  • The Insiders

    …Whistle Blowers Winning with Dave Price | Link to original source Brian Mahany is a nationally known attorney. Through the help of whistle blowers, he has exposed wrongdoings on several layers. Find out what it’s like to get the wrongdoers to pay up, especially when it’s the government and some of the giant corporations we’re talking about…

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  • Ask Dr. Nandi

    …Pharmaceuticals: Pros & Cons by Dr. Nandi | Link to original source Episode Overview: Dr. Nandi invites a patient, pharmacist, lawyer and legislator to explain the inflated costs of pharmaceuticals. Americans spent a record 374 BILLION dollars on pharmaceuticals in 2014. On average every American pays $1,000 per person, per year…

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  • Madison – St. Clair Record

    … in federal court against the city of Cairo alleging it violated the Fair Labor Standards Act. According to the complaint, Coleman worked for more than 40 hours per week during his employment with the city, March 2014 to February 2016, without proper compensation. The plaintiff alleges the city required him to work eight hours and 15 minutes per day…

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