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Ann Lugbill is of counsel to Murphy Anderson, PLLC, with offices in Cincinnati, Washington, D.C., and Boston. Murphy Anderson is a union-side labor and public interest law firm, representing unions and union workers and employees in employment related matters (ERISA, class action, wage & hour, and appellate practice), and whistleblowers. Ms. Lugbill focuses upon representation of False Claims Act qui tam, SEC and IRS whistleblowers. She recently represented a former Tremco roofing executive in a $ 61 million GSA pricing fraud scheme settled in August 2013. She represented the late Glenn DeMott, a Pfizer whistleblower, whose qui tam case was part of the overall $ 2.3 billion Pfizer pharmaceutical fraud settlement involving multiple drugs–the largest such False Claims Act civil settlement to date. Past clients include over 40 qui tam relators, including Jack Gravitt, a pioneer whistleblower whose experiences are in the 1986 False Claims Act legislative history and Mer edith McCoyd, the primary whistleblower in the blockbuster $ 1.6 Depakote pharmaceutical False Claims Act settlement involving Abbott Labs. A co-founder of NELA’s Ohio Employment Lawyers Association and the Morrow Fund of Workplace Fairness, Ms. Lugbill is NELA’s Sixth Circuit Affiliate Relations Committee Representative and charter member of Ohio’s Board for Certification of Specialists in Labor and Employment Law, certifying experts in labor and employment law. She and her firm have authored or co-authored many NELA amicus briefs—including the first NELA brief in the U.S. Supreme Court. She chaired the Cincinnati Bar’s Grievance Committee, authorized by the Ohio Supreme Court to enforce lawyers’ professional ethics rules, and co authored two books: False Claims Act: Whistleblower Litigation and Representing the Terminated Employee in Ohio. Ms. Lugbill graduated from Kalamazoo College and the University of Virginia Law School.

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Navigating The Maze Of Private Sector Whistleblower Anti-Retaliation Laws, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
Published by National Employment Lawyers Association
Credit: CA, IL, SC, VT
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NELA 2015 Convention
Published by National Employment Lawyers Association
This bundle includes the following programs:
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  • “Because Of”: Trying Retaliation Cases After Nassar, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
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  • Accommodating Employees With Mental Disabilities, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
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  • Common Interest Doctrines: A Double-Edged Sword, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • Cutting-Edge Issues In Age Discrimination & The Aging Workforce, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • Dealing With Difficult People, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • Decisions, Decisions: Evaluating Case Values During Mediation, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • E-Discovery In Plaintiffs’ Employment Cases: Going Native, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • Emotional Distress Damages: Discovery, Proof Issues & Maximizing Your Client’s Recovery, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • Ethics In The Age Of Technology, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • Ethics Tips From The Experts, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • Feedback Blowback: How We Use Or Abuse The Feedback Loop, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • How The Interaction Of The PDA & ADAAA Heightens Employers' Obligations To Accommodate Pregnant Workers, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • Navigating The Maze Of Private Sector Whistleblower Anti-Retaliation Laws, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • Planning Discovery In Individual Discrimination & Wrongful Termination Cases, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • Playing With A Full Deck, Or Playing Your Strongest Hand?, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • Protecting Employees & Job Applicants From Improper Criminal Background Checks, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • Proving Damages In An FLSA Case, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • Recent Developments On LGBT Rights In The Workplace, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • Rules Of The Road For The Plaintiffs’ Employment Lawyer, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • Sexual Harassment & Assault Under Title IX, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • Smart Technology In Ethics & In Evidence, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • Statistics For Lawyers Who Hate Math, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • Storytelling For The Plaintiffs’ Employment Lawyer, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • Strategic Thinking On Selected Issues In The Employment Relationship, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • Strategies For Handling Post-Settlement Setbacks, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • Strategies For Representing Whistleblowers In The Federal Government, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • Taming The Beast—Proven Summary Judgment Response Strategies, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • The Art Of Trial Preparation, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • The Cases All NELA Members Need In Their Hip Pockets, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • The Changing FRCP: What Every Litigator Needs To Know, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • The Impact Of Hobby Lobby On Employee Protections, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • The Year In Review: Significant Developments In Employment Law, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • What Employment Lawyers Need To Know About Criminal Investigations, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • What Great Movies Can Teach Us About Ethics & Professionalism, NELA 2015 Annual Convention
  • What You Need To Know Before Taking A Case, NELA 2015 Annual Convention

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