OUR FOCUS: Whistleblowing

Protect Your Rights With an Experienced Whistleblower Lawyer

Good people know what’s right and what’s wrong. 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 an experienced whistleblower lawyer to help you navigate the complicated landscape of federal and state whistleblower law.

What is Whistleblowing?

On its simplest level, whistleblowing is when someone reports waste, fraud, abuse, corruption, or dangers to public health and safety to someone who is in the position to rectify the wrongdoing. 

A whistleblower typically works inside of the organization where the wrongdoing is taking place; however, it is not essential to serving as a whistleblower. What matters is that the individual discloses information about wrongdoing that otherwise would not be known.

It takes courage to be the employee who blows the whistle on a company for its unethical or illegal maneuvers. With that said, many companies would prefer to silence whistleblowers by punishing them or threatening them before they speak out. Such punishment can include internal pressure from bosses, managers, executives, and other employees in order to prevent someone from “blowing the whistle.” That creates a hostile work environment, which can include reprimands, demotion, and perhaps even loss of benefits or firing. 

The most common examples of whistleblowing in the workplace are:

  • Corruption - This type of case includes reporting a broad range of illegal conduct. Bribery is one of the best-known examples, but corruption also covers fraud, embezzlement, and kickbacks.
  • Race Discrimination 
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Fraud - Price fixing, over-billing or billing for services not performed, concealing safety concerns or violations, and false certifications by educational institutions or certifying agencies. False certifications by educational institutions or certifying agencies

      If you believe you are the victim of discrimination or wrongful termination as a result of whistleblowing, we can help you. Speak with an experienced whistleblower lawyer who can help you navigate the complicated landscape of federal and state whistleblower law.

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      Every case is different, but recent clients of Remedy Law Group have been awarded these settlements as a result of whistleblowing.

      Employment Case Results

      Whistleblowing in the Workplace
      Whistleblowing and Wrongful Termination
      Whistleblowing and Sexual Harassment
      Disclaimer: These verdicts/settlements do not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your case and may not represent the final disposition of the case via appeal, settlement, or by other means.

      Our experienced whistleblower lawyers have the knowledge and experience to get you results in all judicial forums because we have a full understanding of all state and federal laws that may affect your claim.

      We are experts when it comes to whistleblower laws. We will navigate the entire process from drafting your complaint, to filing it in the correct forum, to gathering evidence to support claim, to being by your side in court or at the arbitration table.