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Schochor, Staton, Goldberg, and Cardea, P.A. Managing Partner Jonathan Schochor was interviewed Sunday night by several local media outlets regarding the latest developments in the Dr. Nikita Levy class action lawsuit against Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Levy, a former Johns Hopkins Hospital gynecologist who worked at the East Baltimore Medical Center, is accused of secretly photographing and recording videos of his patients. As someone who worked in the Baltimore hospital and health system since 1988, Dr. Levy may have violated as many as 12,600 women.

On Saturday, the FBI and Baltimore Police concluded their investigations, finding no evidence that other hospital staff were involved.

As the lead attorney in the class action, Schochor, Staton, Goldberg, and Cardea, P.A. is representing hundreds of Dr. Levy’s victims.

In the interviews below, Mr. Schochor discusses the impact the findings of the FBI and Baltimore Police Department’s yearlong investigations will have on the lawsuit.

Baltimore Sun
No charges in case of Nikita Levy, Hopkins doctor accused of secret taping

Fox 45 Baltimore
No Charges in Case of Hopkins Doctor, Patients Pursue Class Action

WBAL TV Baltimore
Attorney: Criminal investigation over in Dr. Nikita Levy case

CBS Baltimore WJZ 13
No Charges In Levy Case, Hopkins Doctor Suspected Of Recording Patients