Hagens Berman Blog - February, 2019

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Feb 28

By Hagens Berman

Forgetting to shut off a keyless vehicle has been a safety hazard for years, causing a growing number of carbon-monoxide deaths. But a proposed... read more

Feb 28

By HB Whistleblower Legal Team

The IRS Whistleblower Office released its annual report on awards under the program, showing 217 awards in 2018 for a total exceeding $300 million. read more

Feb 28

By HB Sexual Harassment Legal Team

Cardinal George Pell, the most senior Catholic cleric ever convicted of child sexual abuse, has been taken in custody following a sentencing hearing... read more

Feb 27

By HB Whistleblower Legal Team

To become a whistle-blower, Darren Sewell had filed what is known as a "qui tam" complaint—the term comes from a Latin phrase that translates as... read more

Feb 27

By HB Sexual Harassment Legal Team

The US health department has received more than 4,500 complaints of sexual abuse against detained migrant children from 2014-2018, documents show. read more

Feb 26

By HB Whistleblower Legal Team

German health-care firm Fresenius Medical Care AG said last week in a regulatory filing that it had reached an agreement in principle with U.S.... read more

Feb 26

By Hagens Berman

The Dieselgate scandal brought Volkswagen to its knees, and now Ford may be facing something similar. read more

Feb 26

By HB Sexual Harassment Legal Team

The Department of Health and Human Services received more than 4,500 complaints of sexual abuse against unaccompanied minors from 2014-2018,... read more