Whistleblower News: US SEC Sues Binance, Founder Zhao Alleging Securities Law Violations, Supreme Court Gives Boost To Whistleblowers In Drug Pricing Case, $29M To Settle False Claims Act Allegations

US SEC sues Binance, founder Zhao alleging securities law violations


The world's largest crypto exchange Binance and its CEO and founder Changpeng Zhao were sued by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday for failing to restrict U.S. customers from its platform and misleading investors about its market surveillance controls, as well as for operating an unregistered securities exchange. read more »

U.S. Supreme Court gives boost to whistleblowers in drug pricing case


The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday gave a boost to whistleblowers in their bid to revive lawsuits accusing pharmacy operators of knowingly overbilling government health insurance programs for prescription drugs at taxpayers' expense. read more »

Detroit Medical Center, Vanguard Health Systems, and Tenet Healthcare Corporation Agree to Pay Over $29 Million to Settle False Claims Act Allegations


VHS of Michigan Inc., doing business as, The Detroit Medical Center Inc. (DMC), Vanguard Health Systems Inc. (Vanguard), and Tenet Healthcare Corporation (Tenet), has agreed to pay $29,744,065 to the government to resolve allegations that they violated the False Claims Act by providing kickbacks to certain referring physicians. read more »