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Iron Mountain Becomes a Pot of Gold

Read it here. Last month, Iron Mountain, an information storage company based in Boston, agreed to pay a staggering $44.5 million to settle claims that it fraudulently over-billed the federal government for record storage. The courageous plaintiffs in the whistleblower case, Patrick McKillop and Brent Stanley, will personally share in $8 million of the settlement….

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An Early Christmas Present: Justice Department Extends Protections For Transgender Workers

Read it here. On December 15, with little fanfare, the Department of Justice announced a policy change that could help protect transgender employees nationwide. US Attorney General Eric Holder stated in a legal memo that the DOJ will now take the position that Title VII, the federal law that bans employment discrimination based on sex,…

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