Do you have information about federal government fraud? 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 attorney to help you navigate the complicated landscape of federal and state whistleblower law. 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.
Become a whistleblower, and you can recover a pergentage of the money stolen from the government. You should absolutely speak with an attorney before taking the final step of blowing the whistle. Proceeding without an attorney can harm your case and may prevent you from recovering your share of the money you are entitled to by law.
If you have information about government fraud and want to know if you have a case, contact us at (404) 343-2441.
There are seveeral different laws and agencies that are implicated by whistleblower claims:
The False Claims Act is a law that allows people to recover stolen money though government fraud.
The IRS Whistleblower program is designed to ferret out fraud and underpayment in excess of $2 million dollar per taxpayer liability.
The SEC whistleblower program is designed to ferret out securities fraud in which over $1 million in sanctions is ordered.
Commodity Futures Traiding Commission Whistleblowers
The CFTC whistleblower program is designed to ferret out commodities futures trading fraud in which over $1 million in sanctions is ordered.
For a free consultation for your whistleblower claim, please contact us at (404) 343-2441.