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Are Whistleblowers Underpaid?

Well, here’s a really interesting number from the New York Times today and I think it proves a […]

National Whistleblower Day Celebration

It was inspiring to attend the celebration of this year’s National Whistleblower Day in the Kennedy Caucus room […]

The IRS Whistleblower Improvement Act and What it Could Mean For IRS Whistleblowers

Just in time for Tax Season, the IRS Whistleblower Law may be getting a much-needed improvement. It may […]

We Should Be Encouraging More Whistleblowing Businesses

Those of us who advocate for the False Claims Act and whistleblower law like to say that we […]

Publishing the Faces of Fraud

It makes you a little queasy, maybe more than a little queasy, to read about the fraud going […]

Maintaining Anonymity in False Claims Suits

Many would like to file cases anonymously in order to protect against the potential for retaliation from their company and preserve their standing within a professional community. Unfortunately, under the False Claims Act, such protection is limited.

Telling White From Wrong: Whistleblowers And The SEC

Amidst calls to have Mary Jo White of the SEC resign or be replaced comes a slightly different reaction from the National Whistleblowers Center (NWC)

Evidence Review in the Electronic Age

One of the results of this shift is a growing awareness to check if items sent in to the Department ain’t tainted.

Tainted? you ask. By what?

State Attorney General Frosh Supports a Better MD False Claims Act

Brian E. Frosh, the Attorney General for the State of Maryland, appears to be pushing very hard to pass a more expansive False Claims Act for his State.

CROMNIBUS Bill Anti-Gag Provision Protects Whistleblowers

A little-noticed provision of the bill responsible for funding the entire United States Government at the start of 2015 may have a huge impact on the contracting world going forward.