Hoyer Law Group’s Whistleblower Client Helps Recover $501,000 in Healthcare Fraud Case

Hoyer Law Group, PLLC, is pleased to announce the settlement of a lawsuit brought by whistleblower client Jamie Williams against Advanced Imaging of Port Charlotte (“AI”). Partners Jesse Hoyer Estes and Sean Estes were privileged to represent Ms. Williams in her healthcare fraud case. Defendant AI provided radiology services in multiple locations across Florida. Ms. Williams, a medical claims collections specialist, worked for the billing […]

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Software Company Sued for Pregnancy Discrimination

Written by: Neil Ognibene The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently filed suit against New Jersey-based software company NICE Systems, Inc. (NICE) in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida. The EEOC accused NICE of violating the Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978 and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 […]

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Hoyer Law Group Customs Fraud Case Leads To $8 million Settlement

Hoyer Law Group, PLLC, is pleased to announce an $8 million settlement of a lawsuit brought on behalf of its whistleblower client Jeffrey S. Hawk against CWD Holdings, LLC (CWD), and other defendants. David L. Haron had the privilege to be lead counsel for Mr. Hawk. CWD, a California-based company, is one of the largest […]

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New Virginia Law Grants Greater Protection for Whistleblowers

Written by: Kyle Mosey Virginia Governor Ralph Northam recently signed new laws that provide employees with greater rights in many aspects of their employment. Of these new laws, House Bill 798 is an extensive whistleblower law that grants employees a great deal of protection from their employer’s retaliation. This law, which becomes effective July 1, […]

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Wrongful Discharge or Wrongful Termination v. Employment At-Will

Written by: David Fulleborn “Wrongful discharge” and “wrongful termination” are terms often used to describe any unfair termination from employment.  These are probably the two terms that we hear most often from potential clients when they are terminated. The terminated employees say they need a “wrongful discharge attorney” or a “wrongful termination lawyer.” Many prospective […]

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Conservative Supreme Court Protects LGBTQ Rights In The Workplace

Written by: Dave Scher In a massive win for employees all over the country, the Supreme Court has ruled that LGBTQ rights, or rights based on sexual orientation, are protected under Title VII, the statute that provides civil rights protections for employees in the workplace. You can read the entire opinion by clicking here. Courts […]

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