Steven J. Pearlman

Steven J. Pearlman

Proskauer Rose LLP

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Cal. App. Court Finds in Favor of Whistleblower Who Never Complained of Unlawful Conduct by the Employer

In Cardenas v. M. Fanaian, D.D.S., Inc., Case No. F069305 (Cal. App. 5 Dist.), a California Court of Appeal determined that Plaintiff Cardenas could pursue a California Labor Code Section 1102.5 retaliation claim against her...more

10/30/2015 - Damages Disclosure Employee Rights Employer Liability Issues Labor Code Law Enforcement Popular Protected Activity Public Policy Retaliation Termination Theft Whistleblower Protection Policies Whistleblowers Wrongful Termination

OSHA Updates Whistleblower Manual, Focusing On Damages And Settlement Agreements

On May 21, 2015, OSHA—which has responsibility for investigating and enforcement under 22 whistleblower retaliation statutes—released an updated edition of its Whistleblower Investigations Manual (the Manual), the first such...more

6/2/2015 - Damages Employer Liability Issues Government Investigations OSHA Whistleblower Protection Policies

Recent Multi-Million Dollar Whistleblower Jury Awards — A Wake-Up Call For Employers

In what might be an unsettling trend for employers, juries in Philadelphia and Anchorage have recently issued multi-million dollar jury awards in favor of whistleblowers. Specifically, on March 22, 2013, a Philadelphia Common...more

4/16/2013 - Damages False Claims Act (FCA) Jury Awards Protected Activity Whistleblower Protection Policies Whistleblowers

OSHA Penalizes Another Railroad Company In Whistleblower Action

On February 28, 2013, OSHA ordered Union Pacific Railroad (UP) to reinstate the employment of and pay over $309,000 ($150,000 in punitive damages, $87,600 in compensatory damages, $71,700 in back pay with interest, plus...more

3/25/2013 - Attorney's Fees Damages Federal Railroad Safety Act OSHA Punitive Damages Safety Precautions Whistleblowers Workplace Injury

Eleventh Circuit: Liquidated Damages For FLSA Retaliation Discretionary, Not Mandatory

The Eleventh Circuit joined the Sixth and Eighth Circuits in holding that liquidated damages awards for FLSA retaliation claims are discretionary, not mandatory. Moore v. Appliance Direct, Inc., No. 11-cv-15227 (11th Cir....more

2/25/2013 - Damages FLSA Hiring & Firing Independent Contractors Liquidated Damages Retaliation Termination Trucking Industry

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