Sandy Contractor urges 3rd Circ. To Nix Whistleblower Victory

By Kevin Penton (August 1, 2022, 4:28 p.m. EDT) — The Third Circuit is set to award an award to a former employee of a project management company who alleged he was fired for exposing billing irregularities for construction work. repair on Ellis Island in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, because federal officials missed a deadline, the company argued.

By waiting several years to award $803,906 to New Jersey resident John R. Weber in December 2021, the U.S. Department of the Interior breached the National Defense Authorization Act requirement that such determination must take place no later than 390 days after receiving a complaint, Jacobs Project Management Co. said in a brief Friday.

“The Department of…

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