Whistleblowing & Compliance

Denise DadikaNew Jersey’s Appellate Division recently held that a jury waiver provision was unenforceable as to a former employee’s statutory employment claims. In Noren v. Heartland Payment Systems, Inc., Docket No. A-2651-13T3, __ N.J. Super. __ (Feb. 6, 2017), plaintiff signed an employment agreement with his then-employer that provided:

HPS and RM [employee] irrevocably waive

Daniel and Nathaniel
Nathaniel M. Glasser and Daniel C. Fundakowski

Last month, in United States ex rel. Helfer v. Associated Anesthesiologists of Springfield, Ltd., No. 3:10-cv-03076 (N.D. Ill. Jan. 14, 2016), the U.S. District Court for the Central District of Illinois held that the retaliation provision of the False Claims Act (“FCA”)

By: Mollie O’Brien, James Flynn and Jiri Janko

The Supreme Court of New Jersey held on June 16th that a former registered nurse could not get his whistleblower claim to the jury because he failed to prove at trial that he held a reasonable belief that the conduct to which he objected violated a

On March 26, 2012, the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Office of Inspector General (the “OIG”) published a report summarizing a February 23, 2012roundtable meeting between the OIG and compliance professionals from twenty-three pharmaceutical manufacturers.  The compliance officers and other professionals attending the meeting all represented companies currently operating under Corporate Integrity Agreements