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Pendergrass must pay extra $156K in whistleblower case

January 31, 2018

 – The bill just got bigger for one small Georgia town.

The city of Pendergrass already faced a $1,056,000 jury verdict handed to a pair of whistleblowers who say they unfairly lost their jobs.

This week, a judge agreed the city should pay at least some of the whistleblowers’ legal fees and expenses. That’s another $156,670.

The city’s attorneys said they will appeal that decision as well as the verdict itself.

Read more here.
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