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DaVita Inc. and Healthcare Fraud Lawsuits

Some of you may have seen John Oliver’s recent story on DaVita on “Last Week Tonight.” The story described DaVita as a dialysis factory that placed profit before its patients. DaVita has also settled lawsuits for paying kickbacks to doctors who refer patients to DaVita. Klaproth Law is currently investigating claims against DaVita and other…

Federal Employees, the First Amendment, Whistleblower Protection and the False Claims Act: Why Federal Employees Should Blow the Whistle

The First Amendment Protects Federal Employees An anonymous Twitter user with the handle @ALT_USCIS has been critically tweeting about the Trump administration’s immigration ban.  This alone would not garner much attention, but the anonymous user purports to be a disaffected employee of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, which means (if the anonymous user…

Klaproth Law Files Lawsuit Against MLB for Fan Safety

Injured by errant bat at Orioles game, woman sues for more fan protection, Jeff Barker, Baltimore Sun (April 19, 2017). A copy of the complaint in the lawsuit against MLB and the Orioles is available here.

Can I sue my boss? Equal Pay Act

The Equal Pay Act, 29 U.S.C. § 206, requires that men and women be given equal pay for equal work.  The Equal Pay Act was originally enacted to address the disparity in pay between men and women and to protect women against discrimination, but the language of the statute has been read to apply equally…