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College Students Want Their Money Back. It’ll Be Tough to Get It.

College Students Want Their Money Back. It’ll Be Tough to Get It.

- The Columbian
The coronavirus left Grainger Rickenbaker, a 21-year-old Drexel University student and hockey goalie, without in-person lectures, seminars or labs as the school switched to remote learning.
So he sued.
Rickenbaker is suing the Philadelphia university for the pro-rated price of his tuition, saying he didn’t get what he paid for. His lawsuit is one of at least 100 closure-related suits filed against colleges and universities in federal and state courts.
In total, more than...

College Students Want Their Money Back. It’ll Be Tough to Get It.

College Students Want Their Money Back. It’ll Be Tough to Get It.

- PEW Trust
The coronavirus left Grainger Rickenbaker, a 21-year-old Drexel University student and hockey goalie, without in-person lectures, seminars or labs as the school switched to remote learning.
So he sued.
Rickenbaker is suing the Philadelphia university for the pro-rated price of his tuition, saying he didn’t get what he paid for. His lawsuit is one of at least 100 closure-related suits filed against colleges and universities in federal and state courts.
In total, more than...

Florida Nursing Home Residents at Risk as Operators Demand Coronavirus Immunity

Florida Nursing Home Residents at Risk as Operators Demand Coronavirus Immunity

- Whistleblower News Review
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a tremendous toll on America’s elderly population. Nursing home residents have been hit the hardest, with 20,000 dead across the country as of mid-May. Many of those people have died due to negligence from staff and administrators. Naturally, families want to sue the culprits. Meanwhile nursing home operators are demanding immunity, often with success.
Prominent Elder Law attorney Brian Mahany explains, “If you live in Florida and watch the...

CMBS Fraud Allegations Met With Skepticism From Market Players

CMBS Fraud Allegations Met With Skepticism From Market Players

- Bisnow
At a time when the coronavirus pandemic is derailing the commercial mortgage-backed securities landscape, a whistleblower in Seattle has thrown another wrench into the CMBS market.
But financial services experts said there isn't enough information to draw definitive conclusions about whether the complaint is credible or if it is, whether it would have broad implications for the CMBS market.
On Friday, a report from ProPublica detailed a complaint by John Flynn, a mortgage insider...

Hotel Operators Say PPP Shouldn't Jeopardize Old Loans

Hotel Operators Say PPP Shouldn't Jeopardize Old Loans

- Law360
Operators of hotels in several states have asked New York and Florida federal courts to rule that they can participate in the Paycheck Protection Program without fear of triggering a default on prior loans whose terms forbid taking on more debt.
In a pair of complaints filed separately Friday against U.S. Bank NA and Wilmington Trust NA, the hotel operators said they're desperate for the aid but are concerned about possible repercussions for their existing loans, which are held in...

Whistleblower Lawsuits Target Military Contractors Who Funded The Taliban and Other Terrorists Overseas

Whistleblower Lawsuits Target Military Contractors Who Funded The Taliban and Other Terrorists Overseas

- Whistleblower News Review

In 2016, a New Yorker reporter noted that contractors outnumbered U.S. troops three to one in Afghanistan. Part of the reason for this was that moving around on the ground was so dangerous in Afghanistan that our government basically paid local people to risk their lives, for example, by driving trucks and transporting materials for the U.S. military.

“The jobs were dangerous—more contractors had been killed so far that year than U.S. soldiers—but the payoff was substantial,” The New Yorker stated. “Between 2007 and 2014, the U.S. spent eighty-nine billion dollars on contracting in Afghanistan.”

But in an impoverished war zone, U.S. military contracts have inevitably led to large-scale corruption, and as several lawsuits now allege, the result has often been that our country has indirectly funded its own enemies.

Trucking contractors in Afghanistan, for example, were described in a House Committee report as fueling “a vast protection racket run by a shadowy network of warlords, strongmen, commanders, corrupt Afghan officials, and perhaps others,” adding that “protection payments for safe passage [were] a significant potential source of funding for the Taliban.” ...


Brian Mahany's Legal insights into Whistleblowers

Brian Mahany's Legal insights into Whistleblowers

- EWTN Nightly News
The House Intelligence Committee hears from Inspector General Michael Atkinson, the intelligence community watchdog who first fielded the whistleblower complaint that launched the impeachment inquiry into President Trump. Brian Mahany, a lawyer who represents whistleblowers around the nation, explains the importance of confidentiality in preserving the whistleblower process.
Eight former Inspectors General write: "Whistleblowers are a vital component of oversight in addressing serious...

Where Does the Term “Whistleblower” Come from, Anyway?

Where Does the Term “Whistleblower” Come from, Anyway?

- Reader's Digest
There's lots of noise and confusion in the world of government and politics today. Here's one less thing you need to be confused about—what whistleblower means and where the term comes from.
One of the many political questions you’ve been too embarrassed to ask is what the word “whistleblower” means. In today’s political climate, it’s one of many phrases you hear and read often, but you might not fully understand what it means. Here’s everything...

Brian Mahany, Whistleblower Author and Lawyer, Tapped for MENSA Keynote

Brian Mahany, Whistleblower Author and Lawyer, Tapped for MENSA Keynote

Whistleblower Attorney Brian Mahany, Bestselling (Qui Tam) Author, to Present: Whistleblowers: An Insider's Look at Risks, Rewards, Laws, Outcomes & Qui Tam Bounties at MENSA Annual Conference

- Yahoo! Finance
Brian Mahany, an expert on federal whistleblower laws and successful qui tam (whistleblower's lawsuits) lawyer, is slated to keynote the MENSA AG (Annual Gathering) July 6th at the Sheraton Conference Center in downtown Phoenix, Arizona.
Conference attendees, all members of the MENSA ultra- high IQ society, will attend Mahany's presentation on a whistleblower's legal options and rewards.
According to Mahany, bestselling author of Saints, Sinners & Heroes – Covert Ops in...

Supreme Court Decision Expands Statute of Limitations for FCA Whistleblowers

Supreme Court Decision Expands Statute of Limitations for FCA Whistleblowers

- The Legal Observer
A recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling has just set a crucial precedent for whistleblowers. Individuals willing to file lawsuits under the False Claims Act will now have four more years to do it.
A unanimous ruling in the case identified as Cochise Consultancy v. U.S. ex. rel. Hunt, held that whistleblowers can take advantage of an extended statute of limitations.
Under the False Claims Act, relators can file suit either within six years of the alleged violations or three years after...

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