Bienstock PLLC Legal Blog
Supreme Court Unanimously Rejects “Objective Reasonableness” Defense to Whistleblower Claims
The Supreme Court’s unanimous decision United States ex rel. Schutte v. SuperValu Inc., No. 21-111, 2023 WL 3742577 (U.S. June 1, 2023) has correctly been described as a boost for whistleblowers.
Supreme Court Unlikely to Tighten Scienter Requirements in FCA Case Argued Today
The United States Supreme Court heard argument today on the question of whether a defendant who acted with the intention of violating the law, and who did in fact violate the law, can nevertheless escape liability under the False Claims Act.
Consumer Protection Blog
The Supreme Court is increasingly empowering unscrupulous companies to take advantage of customer and employees by using forced arbitration clauses. Explore recent efforts to fight back against the use of forced arbitration. If you have been stymied by a forced arbitration clause, please contact us to see if we can help.
Holocaust Art Repatriation Blog
The Nazis war crimes included the systematic looting of priceless art and artifacts. U.S. Courts have offered some relief. Explore recent events in the efforts to repatriate art looted by the Nazis. If you are an heir to artifacts looted during the Holocaust, please contact us to see if we can help.
Insurance Coverage Blog
From cybersecurity to business interruption to professional liability, follow the most recent events in the insurance coverage industry. If your insurer has denied your claim, please contact us to see if we can help.