Who is a Whistleblower?
Lawyers Representing Whistleblowers Nationwide
Who is a whistleblower? Whistleblowers are typically employees, former employees, contractors or others associated with an organization that is engaged in some sort of fraud or corruption.
Most whistleblowers have two things in common: Unique evidence of wrongdoing or fraud, and a conscience that compels them to do the right thing.
Unique evidence can mean documents, voicemails, e-mails, recordings, reports, schedules of meetings, billing information, bank records, and other information that indicates a firm was involved in illegal activity or was failing to follow procedures as required by government regulations. The evidence is unique if it has not already been made public and if you are the sole source of the information.
Passionate Representation in Whistleblower Claims
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If you have information about violations of the law or government regulations at your firm, please contact an attorney at Hersh & Hersh today. We provide a free consultation to discuss your case and advise you of your legal rights and options.
Our attorneys will explain the law clearly so you can make informed decisions about your case. We will fully prepare you for each step in the legal process so that you will not be caught off guard or taken by surprise.
Protecting the Rights of Whistleblowers
We have the greatest respect for those with the moral integrity and strength of character to blow the whistle on fraud and corruption. We understand that employers may retaliate against whistleblowers by demoting or terminating them. If that occurs, we will file a lawsuit under the appropriate state or federal whistleblower protection law.