Are you aware of fraud against the government, or other violations of the law?
If so, you may have a whistleblower case.
The experienced whistleblower attorneys at Foley & Mansfield work with individuals across the U.S. who have discovered, investigated or reported violations of the law by their employers, contractors, competitors or others for fraud, and other violations of state and federal law. By working with these whistleblowers, our false claims act lawyers have helped recover over $250 million in taxpayer dollars from individuals and companies accused of fraud.
There are numerous state and federal laws designed to compensate whistleblowers for their assistance in reporting fraudulent or illegal conduct. In addition, many of these laws also provide for damages if you have been harassed, demoted, retaliated against, or fired for investigating or reporting fraud.
What type of whistleblower claim might you have?
If you are aware of fraud against the federal government or state governments – including Medicare or Medicaid fraud, or contracting fraud – ask our national whistelblower attorneys if you may have have a claim under the federal False Claims Act. You can learn more about those claims here: False Claims Act Practice.
If you know of, investigated or reported tax fraud against the Internal Revenue Service or state revenue authorities ask our national whistleblower attorneys if you may have a claim under the IRS Whistleblower Act and/or various state acts. You can learn more about those claims here: Tax Whistleblower Practice.
If you know of, investigated or reported securities fraud before the Securities Exchange Commission, ask our national whistleblower attorneys if you may have a claim under the SEC Whistleblower Act and/or various state laws. You can learn more about those claims here: SEC Whistleblower Practice.
If you know of other types of fraud against other government agencies, then you may have a claim under various other whistleblower laws. Our federal whistleblower attorneys are here to assist you. You can learn more about those laws here: Other Whistleblower Claims Practice.