What to Do If You Blow the Whistle at Work
Blowing the whistle on your employer's fraud, abuse, or other illegalities isn’t easy. Doing the right thing can lead to retaliation and even termination. That’s why you need the expertise of our whistleblower attorneys to help you navigate the complicated landscape of federal and state whistleblower law. We are nationally recognized for our expertise in the area of whistleblower law and for our successes on behalf of our clients, for whom we have been zealous advocates for more than three decades. We will relentlessly fight to protect you against retaliation and to make sure that the issues you stuck your neck out for receive appropriate attention. We will also fight to obtain just compensation for you, whether through pre-litigation private settlements, in the courtroom, or in other appropriate forums that provide monetary awards to whistleblowers.
Know Your Rights
Whistleblowers are the "eyes and ears" of the public in critical industries that affect our health, safety, and financial well-being. Objecting to or reporting fraud on shareholders, harm to patients, abusive practices by pharmaceuticals and financial service companies or the like serves the public interest, and should not lead to career damage and job loss. Visit our Resources page to learn the essential facts about whistleblowing so that you know your rights including what type of reports could lead to significant financial awards.
Katz, Marshall & Banks partner, Lisa Banks, co-authored Whistleblower Law: A Practitioner’s Guide. This comprehensive guide to whistleblower law, published by ALM’s Law Journal Press is available in eBook and print formats. Click here for more information.
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