Whistleblower Fired for Exposing Water Quality Issues

DELRAY BEACH, Fla. — A former city of Delray Beach wastewater inspector claims in a new lawsuit that she was fired for exposing water quality issues. She already filed a complaint with the Department of Labor, and now she’s suing the city in federal court. The 29-page lawsuit claims the city of Delray Beach retaliated against Christine Ferrigan and violated her Constitutional right to free speech and the state’s Whistleblower Act. The suit names the city, city manager, and utili...

Whistleblower Awarded $2 Million for Retaliation by Kentucky Child Protection Agency

Whistleblower retaliation awards.
  A jury has awarded $2 million in damages to a Northern Kentucky social services worker who alleged in a whistleblower lawsuit he suffered extensive retaliation for reporting problems at the state's child protection agency. Among his claims: Nearly 100 cases of child abuse and neglect were misplaced and languished for months, leaving some children stuck in abusive or neglectful situations with no investigation. The verdict in Boone Circuit Court comes seven years after Tim Wil...

CVS Health Prevented Access to Generic Drugs According to Whistleblower Lawsuit

Corporate greed strikes again - Whistleblower lawsuit.
A newly unsealed whistleblower lawsuit claims that CVS Health subsidiaries coordinated to prevent members from accessing generic drugs to boost profits. Alexandra Miller, who worked for CVS for several decades said the company calculated that the benefits of the alleged scheme outweighed the likelihood of getting caught. She claims that CVS' SilverScripts Part D subsidiary as well as its Caremark pharmacy benefit manager and retail pharmacies worked together to prevent access to generics, ...