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The Employment Law Group® Law Firm (TELG)
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Whistleblower lawyers and employment attorneys from The Employment Law Group law firm have 70 plus years of experience litigating on behalf of individuals against employers who disregard government wage and employment laws.
Whistleblower lawyers and employment attorneys from The Employment Law Group law firm have 70 plus years of experience litigating on behalf of individuals against employers who disregard government wage and employment laws.

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Law360 covers TELG’s filing of a whistleblower retaliation lawsuit on behalf of a former manager for a defense contractor, alleging he was fired after reporting fraudulent government billing practices http://ow.ly/hWsN5

MomsRising.org publishes piece by a TELG client on her FMLA lawsuit after being denied medical leave for cancer treatment http://ow.ly/hWsK2

"The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) may have tempered its ambition to regulate cross-border swaps, but whistleblowers abroad still will play an important role in preventing regulatory evasion." http://ow.ly/hXU9f

Virginia Lawyers Weekly covers appellate win of TELG client who claimed sex discrimination & retaliation by Virginia Tech http://ow.ly/hWsH6

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Law360 covers TELG's filing of an unpaid overtime lawsuit against a federal contractor operating in Kabul, Afghanistan http://ow.ly/hWsF8

Law360 quotes TELG's R. Scott Oswald on upcoming decisions from the 10th and 3rd Circuits on the whistleblower provisions of Sarbanes-Oxley http://ow.ly/hWsCa

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DC's proposed False Claims Act of 2013 would allow qui tam rewards for #whistleblowers who report significant tax fraud. http://ow.ly/hWts0

ABC 10 San Diego interviews attorney David Scher on a disability discrimination lawsuit filed on for of a military spouse http://ow.ly/hWswm

"In light of the aging population of the United States, the loss of a substantial amount of assets in the recent market crash, and a flood of younger employees on the market, age discrimination claims in the workplace will likely increase as those who are older are not hired or are terminated." Corporate Counsel publishes piece by TELG attorneys http://ow.ly/hWsqg

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TELG Managing Principal, R. Scott Oswald, discusses the challenges faced by defense contractors who blow the whistle on fraud committed against the government.
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