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James Hoyer Partner Discusses Increasing Pressure on For-Profit Law Schools

For-profit law schools are increasingly facing closer scrutiny.  A recently unsealed whistleblower case against Arizona Summit Law School and its owner InfiLaw raised concerns about how these schools access millions of dollars in federal student aid while producing few graduates who can actually pass the Bar exam.

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James Hoyer Partner Joins U.S. Attorney’s Office

After seven years with the James Hoyer law firm, Partner Sean Keefe is making a big move. Sean is joining the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Florida. He will work in the False Claims Act unit, continuing to fight fraud against the government, just as he did here at James Hoyer. While more »

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Whistleblower in IU Health Case Speaks at Annual TAF Conference

Dr. Judy Robinson, James Hoyer client and whistleblower in the $18 million IU Health/HealthNet case, spoke on the whistleblower panel at the annual Taxpayers Against Fraud Conference in Washington D.C. on November 3rd.  Dr. Robinson gave a powerful presentation talking about the important and sometimes difficult road whistleblowers face in order to do the right more »

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Attorney Jesse Hoyer Warns of For Profit College Dangers in TV Report

James Hoyer Law Firm Partner Jesse Hoyer is an expert on for-profit colleges. She’s led multiple lawsuits against these school for misleading students and ripping off taxpayers.  Watch the video above to see an excerpt from the report which includes attorney Jesse Hoyer’s interview. In the report, Florida Investigator Reporter Katie LaGrone examines why public more »

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Whistleblower Attorney Jesse Hoyer Interviewed about For-profit College Rule Rollback

ABC Action News interviewed James Hoyer partner Jesse Hoyer about the recent rollback in federal rules to protect for-profit college students and taxpayers. As lead attorney on several whistleblower cases against for-profits over the past 10 years, Hoyer is an expert on for-profits and knows well their tactics to take advantage of students.  Put your cursor more »

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Freedom Health Pays $32.5 Million to Settle False Claims Act Case

The James Hoyer law firm served as local counsel in a whistleblower case against Freedom Health, which provides managed care services.  Freedom agreed to pay a total of $32.5 million to resolve allegations that it engaged in illegal schemes to maximize payments from the government for it’s Medicare Advantage plans. Here is the Department of more »

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$18 Million Settlement: IU Health/HealthNet Whistleblower Case

Dr. Judy Robinson with Tyler & Koger families. A whistleblower suit filed by Dr. Judith Robinson under the False Claims Act has led to an $18 million settlement with two of Indiana’s largest health care providers.  Indiana University Health and HealthNet have agreed to pay $18 million to the federal government and State of Indiana more »

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Payday Lender Class Action Suit Moving Forward

The ABC station in Orlando profiles our payday lending class action case which is finally moving forward after nearly 20 years. Click on the video above to watch the story. Justice could be nearing after almost two decades. The James Hoyer law firm is part of a team of lawyers on this important payday lending more »

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James Hoyer Investigator Speaks at Investigative Reporters & Editors Conference

James Hoyer law firm investigator Jim Ross was featured on a panel at the Investigative Reporters and Editors regional conference in Jacksonville, this weekend.  Jim shared his expertise on negotiating for public records with journalists from around the world. Journalists play a unique and valuable role in helping to expose fraud against the government. False more »

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Military Contractor PTP Settles Whistleblower Case

People Technology & Processes, LLC (“PTP”), a defense contractor based in Lakeland, Florida, agreed to settle a whistleblower case in which the company was accused of billing for work never performed for the U.S. Army in Afghanistan, the James Hoyer law firm announced today.  The company was also accused of falsifying records to cover up more »

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