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  • ERISA Alleges Ponzi Scheme Loses Over $1 Million

    A trustee of a Hawaiian concrete company's profit-sharing plan has been accused of mismanaging funds by the Department of Labor, Employee Benefits Security Administration. Per claims by the EBSA, the ... Read Article

December Posts

  • ERISA Alleges Ponzi Scheme Loses Over $1 Million

    A trustee of a Hawaiian concrete company's profit-sharing plan has been accused of mismanaging funds by the Department of Labor, Employee Benefits Security Administration. Per claims by the EBSA, the president of Reef Development of Hawaii, Inc., who was managing the ... Read Article
  • Texas SSA Office is Accused of Discrimination of Blind Man

    In Texarkana, an employee working for the acting commissioner of the federal Social Security Administration is claiming employee discrimination because of his visual impairment. The 37-year-old man is visually impaired due to a birth defect. He is claiming unfair treatment under ... Read Article
  • Organizations May Lose Powerful Data with Terminated Employees

    Are Texas companies secure enough to terminate employees when they feel it is necessary? Just as whistleblowers claim to be afraid of retaliation when they reveal harmful information about a company or organization, companies may need to be worried that employees that laid off or ... Read Article
  • Construction Employee Killed at Texas A&M

    Construction sites can be dangerous - not only to the public, but also to workers. That is why there are usually safety precautions put in place, such as retaining walls and roped-off areas. Nevertheless, accidents still occur. At Texas A&M, an employee fell four stories from a ... Read Article
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