Ex-hospital executives in New York are awarded $7.5 million in lawsuit

January 1997
Jet;01/13/97, Vol. 91 Issue 8, p16
Reports two former executives at Harlem, New York City's Metropolitan Hospital were awarded $7.5 million in Manhattan Supreme Court. The executives, Dennis Gowie and Surender Dhawan, claiming they were fired for exposing fraud at the hospital; Background of the case; New York City asking the judge to set aside the verdict; New York Medical College to appeal.


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