Whistleblowers in Presbyterian case fight for more money

By | Administrative Law, Civil Litigation

Feb 25, 2020 | Santa Fe New MexicanBy Phaedra Haywood Three women whose lawsuit helped New Mexico collect $18.5 million in unpaid taxes from the state’s largest health insurance provider are fighting for what they say is their share of additional money collected through a subsequent administrative proceeding. Former Office of the Superintendent of Insurance employees Monica Galloway, Shawna Maestas…

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APS to pay Don Moya $800,000 in whistleblower case

By | Administrative Law

January 18, 2018  Albuquerque Journal After a lengthy court process, Albuquerque Public Schools settles the Don Moya whistlerblower case with a payout of $800,000 to Moya. Kate Ferlic, Moya’s attorney, along with an APS representative, released a matching statement which said, “Both parties are happy to put the events of 2015 behind them and are moving forward in a positive direction.”…

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APS defense bills over $680K in whistleblower case

By | Administrative Law, Civil Litigation

May 6, 2017 Albuquerque Journal  Albuquerque Public Schools’ defense bills in the case against former APS CFO Don Moya continue to accrue over $680,000, meanwhile Moya’s attorney, Kate Ferlic, has discovered important evidence has been destroyed. “I think that APS is cutting off its nose to spite its face,” said Ferlic. “They have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars in…

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Santa Fe mayor still backing police chief in the Jason Wagner case

By | Administrative Law, Employment Law

February 24, 2015 Albuquerque Journal Santa Fe Police Chief Eric Garcia continues to have the support of Santa Fe Mayor Javier Gonzales in the wake of criminal fraud charges filed against Lt. Jason Wagner, a high-ranking officer who Garcia brought back to the department despite allegations of possible time card fraud raised by Garcia’s predecessor as chief. Wagner’s Santa Fe…

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