Cisco agreed to pay $8.6 million in a settlement with a whistleblower who accused the company of knowingly selling flawed software. James Glenn, the
The U.S. Congress has passed the Taxpayer First Act of 2019 which, among other things, provides protections to whistleblowers against retaliation of physical or
Mary Willingham, the former UNC learning specialist who blew the whistle on the school’s “paper classes” scheme 20 years ago is speaking out again.
Former Boston Agency Safety Chief Alleges He Was Fired for Reporting Light Rail Concerns to Federal Officials
A whistleblower complaint filed by Ronald W. Nickle, former chief safety officer for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA), alleges he was terminated from
A Vancouver woman has filed a class action lawsuit against Steve Nash Fitness World, claiming the company failed to pay her properly. According to