When an employee engages in whistleblowing, they are often exposing wrongdoing or misconduct on the part of their employer. The reporting of such illegal or unsafe activities can help to protect the public, prevent further harm, and hold those responsible accountable.
At Dickinson Bradshaw, we believe that whistleblowers play a vital role in exposing wrongdoing and promoting transparency in the workplace. That is why we are committed to providing our clients with the support and representation they need to blow the whistle on illegal or unethical activity.
Whistleblowers may be entitled to certain protections under the law, such as safeguards against retaliation from their employer or the ability to file a lawsuit against their employer. The specific protections available may vary depending on the circumstances of the case and the applicable laws.
Whistleblower laws can be complex and difficult to navigate, but our team of legal professionals has the knowledge and experience to guide you through the process. We understand the risks and challenges that whistleblowers face and we are committed to protecting our clients throughout every step of their case. If you are considering blowing the whistle on your employer, it is important to understand your legal rights and protections. We can help you understand the laws that apply to your case and provide you with the guidance and support you need to take the next steps.
Our whistleblower practice covers a wide range of cases, including those involving:
- Fraud and abuse in government programs
- Violations of workplace safety regulations
- Environmental violations
- Healthcare fraud
- Securities fraud
If you believe that you have witnessed illegal or unethical activity within your workplace, we're here to provide you with the legal guidance and support you need to blow the whistle and fight for justice and accountability. We take a personalized approach to every case, working closely with our clients to understand their specific needs and goals.