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What Is Whistleblower Retaliation?

If you are considering being a whistleblower against your organization to report waste, fraud, or abuse, you may be concerned about the fallout. However, whistleblower retaliation laws provide many safeguards against adverse actions being taken against you. Find out more

What Is the Whistleblower Protection Act?

Whistleblowers offer a vital service to society when they report waste, fraud, abuse, or mismanagement. So important is this service, state and federal laws offer financial incentives and protect whistleblowers so employers and other entities do not retaliate against them.

The IRS Whistleblower Program Explained

Dozens of federal and state laws provide protections and compensation for whistleblowers in the U.S. And for good reason. Whistleblowers help to prevent illegal activities, such as waste, fraud, and abuse, that drain government resources. Since 1867, the Treasury Department

SEC Whistleblower Program

Whistleblowers provide a vital service to the United States when they report evidence of fraud, waste, abuse, mismanagement, or other illegal activity involving a federal agency. As a result, many federal agencies have passed whistleblower protection laws, including the Security

How Do Class Action Lawsuits Work?

When large companies charge unlawful fees, pollute the environment, violate labor laws, or deceive consumers, victims may have the right to sue for damages. But it can be difficult and expensive for a single person to hold a whole company