Hagens Berman Blog - February, 2018

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Feb 28

By Hagens Berman

BMH paid more than $1.6 million to resolve the allegations that the hospital violated the federal False Claims Act and the Vermont False Claims Act. read more

Feb 28

By Hagens Berman

Two documents show that Martin Winterkorn, chief executive of Volkswagen in 2015, was informed about Dieselgate sooner than he has admitted. read more

Feb 27

By Hagens Berman

Nearly 229,000 newer Ram pickup trucks in North America are being recalled due to the risk the vehicles could shift out of park without the ignition... read more

Feb 27

By HB Whistleblower Legal Team

Almost a decade after the Ponzi scheme collapsed, trustees are still returning money to the victims. When bankruptcy trustees were appointed over a... read more

Feb 26

By HB Whistleblower Legal Team

According to the Securities and Exchange Commission, Mr. Shapiro was actually operating the company as a $1.2 billion Ponzi scheme, in which storied... read more

Feb 26

By Hagens Berman

Two major recalls were announced this weekend, with Hyundai and Toyota calling back approximately 110,000 trucks and SUVs in the United States. read more

Feb 23

By HB Whistleblower Legal Team

The 2010 Wall Street reform law known as the Dodd-Frank Act is unambiguous in offering no protection from retaliation such as firing or demotion to... read more

Feb 23

By Hagens Berman

Congress should investigate new allegations that Volkswagen AG diesel cars were sold overseas with rigged software after the company's $14.7 billion... read more