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Armstrong a step closer to losing his millions | Cycling

Lance Armstrong''s $100 million battle with the US government is headed for a jury trial after a ruling by a federal judge denied his request to throw out the case. The US government is suing

Lance Armstrong loses $10 million arbitration ruling in

Armstrong is still fighting a drawn-out battle in a federal whistleblower case initially brought by his ex-teammate Floyd Landis and later joined by the U.S. Department of Justice. He and former

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In addition to that, Armstrong is thought likely to face a Qui Tam whistleblower case, which could prove very expensive for him and others connected to the widespread doping

Coal Company Officials Plead Guilty After Hiding Black

A former supervisor at the Parkway coal mine in Western Kentucky pleaded guilty Tuesday to taking part in a scheme to hide the threat of black lung disease from federal safety officials. Steve DeMoss, a former safety director and foreman for Armstrong Coal, which owned and operated the Parkway mine, acknowledged in court that he

Coal Company Officials Plead Guilty After Hiding Black

The charge against DeMoss is part of a case that federal prosecutors have brought against nine former Armstrong officials following a 2014 HuffPost investigation detailing fraud at the company. DeMoss faces up to a year in prison and a fine of up to $100,000 for his role in the scheme.

Coal Company Officials Plead Guilty After Hiding Black

A former supervisor at the Parkway coal mine in Western Kentucky pleaded guilty Tuesday to taking part in a scheme to hide the threat of black lung disease from federal safety officials. Steve DeMoss, a former safety director and foreman for Armstrong Coal, which

Coal Company Officials Plead Guilty After Hiding Black

A former supervisor at the Parkway coal mine in Western Kentucky pleaded guilty Tuesday to taking part in a scheme to hide the threat of black lung disease from federal safety officials. Steve DeMoss, a former safety director and foreman for Armstrong Coal, which

Coal Company Officials Plead Guilty After Hiding Black

A former supervisor at the Parkway coal mine in Western Kentucky pleaded guilty Tuesday to taking part in a scheme to hide the threat of black lung disease from federal safety officials. Steve DeMoss, a former safety director and foreman for Armstrong Coal, which owned and operated the Parkway mine, acknowledged in court that he helped submit misleadingly low coal dust readings to mine regulators.

Armstrong loses arbitration appeal to block case

24/4/2014· Armstrong loses appeal, $12 million arbitration case to proceed AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A Texas appeals court has rejected Lance Armstrong''s attempts to

Lance Armstrong loses $13m lawsuit with promotions

Armstrong also is being sued by the federal government and former teammate Floyd Landis in a whistleblower fraud action over his team’s sponsorship contract with the Postal Service. That case is

Lance Armstrong: If the court case goes the wrong

Lance Armstrong wins small victory as part of whistleblower suit is thrown out He continues to ride and swim, and began his own podcast called The Forward . This week, Foster appeared as a guest.

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DeMoss is the third Armstrong official to plead guilty in the case so far. Former mine foremen Ron Ivy and Billy Hearld accepted plea deals in May 2019 and Septeer 2020, respectively. A trial date has not yet been set for the others who have been charged.

Coal Company Officials Plead Guilty After Hiding Black

A former supervisor at the Parkway coal mine in Western Kentucky pleaded guilty Tuesday to taking part in a scheme to hide the threat of black lung disease from federal safety officials. Steve DeMoss, a former safety director and foreman for Armstrong Coal, which owned and operated the Parkway mine, acknowledged in court that he helped submit misleadingly low coal dust readings to mine regulators.

Coal company ordered to withdraw retaliatory lawsuit

26/6/2013· The case stems from Reuben Shemwell, 32, a Kentucky miner who worked as a welder in one of Armstrong’s Western Kentucky coal mines. Mr. Shemwell filed a discrimination complaint with the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) after Armstrong fired him in Septeer 2011 for allegedly using his cell phone too much.

Coal Company Officials Plead Guilty After Hiding Black

13/1/2021· In 2014, Armstrong miner and whistleblower Justin Greenwell told HuffPost that sending fraudulent dust readings to MSHA was common practice at the company’s Parkway mine. Greenwell, just 29 at the time, said he was already experiencing shortness of breath from his time working there.

Armstrong loses multi-million dollar arbitration ruling

Armstrong also is being sued by the federal government and former teammate Floyd Landis in a whistleblower fraud action over his team''s sponsorship contract with the Postal Service. That case is

Report: Armstrong pays $10 million to settle SCA

The legal battle could see Armstrong forced to pay three times the sponsorship figure if he loses the case, with the Sunday Times suggesting this could lead to a penalty of up to $90 million.

Nike ordered to hand over internal communiions

Nike ordered to hand over internal communiions about Lance Armstrong in whistleblower case which was initiated by Armstrong''s former teammate, Floyd Landis. If Armstrong loses or settles

Lance Armstrong loses $10 million arbitration ruling in

Armstrong is still fighting a drawn-out battle in a federal whistleblower case initially brought by his ex-teammate Floyd Landis and later joined by the U.S. Department of Justice. He and former

Lance Armstrong loses $13m lawsuit with promotions

Armstrong also is being sued by the federal government and former teammate Floyd Landis in a whistleblower fraud action over his team’s sponsorship contract with the Postal Service. That case is