If a person in an organization exposes misconduct or alleged illegal activity occurring within that organization, he or she is considered to be a “whistleblower.”
While a whistleblower may be trying to help the organization in the long-run by voicing their concerns, oftentimes, the alleged misconduct they expose internally or externally (to the law, media, stakeholders), may end in retaliation at the hands of the organization.
Types of misconduct a whistleblower can report:
General violation of laws
Performing activities that are a direct threat to the public interest
Health & safety violations
What to do if you have evidence of misconduct
If you have a whistleblower claim, meaning you have evidence of fraudulent activity by an organization, contact us at Friedman, Domiano & Smith, today. We handle all types of whistleblower cases.
Last modified on April 22, 2014.
Published by Friedman, Domiano & Smith Co., L.P.A.