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Are You a Whistleblower?
A whistleblower is an individual who discloses original information to the public or those in authority about fraudulent, dishonest, illegal and/or unethical activities in a government department or private company or organization. A wide variety of federal and state laws protect and reward individuals for coming forward to report fraud and other misconduct against the government or the public at large.
The decision to blow the whistle can be a difficult decision. Further, once a whistleblower has made the decision to come forward, a process must be followed that is very specific and usually requires the assistance of an experienced whistleblower lawyer.
Determining if you should blow the whistleblower starts with contacting an experienced whistleblower lawyer. Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP’s whistleblower practice group includes attorneys with substantial experience fighting corporate fraud, both in the private sector and with the U.S. government, who will use their experience to assist you in exposing those who defraud the government or violate securities, commodities and tax laws.
Our whistleblower representation includes: