Whistleblower News: Military Contractors Indicted For $7 Procurement Fraud Scheme, SEC Charges The Brink's Company With Violating Whistleblower Protection Rule, Molina Healthcare To Pay Over $4.5M To Resolve Allegations Of False Claims Act Violations

Military Contractors Indicted for $7 Million Procurement Fraud Scheme


A federal grand jury in the Northern District of Georgia returned an indictment charging military contractors with an alleged fraud scheme involving government contracts totaling over $7 million. read more »

SEC Charges the Brink's Company with Violating Whistleblower Protection Rule


The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced settled charges against The Brink's Company ("Brinks") for requiring employees to sign restrictive confidentiality agreements prohibiting the disclosure of any financial or business information to third parties, without an exemption for potential SEC whistleblowers, from at least 2015 through 2019. read more »

Molina Healthcare Agrees to Pay Over $4.5 Million to Resolve Allegations of False Claims Act Violations


Molina Healthcare, Inc. (Molina) and its previously owned subsidiary, Pathways of Massachusetts (Pathways), have agreed to pay $4.625 million to resolve allegations that it violated the False Claims Act by submitting reimbursement claims while violating several regulations related to the licensure and supervision of staff. read more »