Ohio Whistleblower Attorney
Blowing the whistle on wrongdoing at your place of work is the right thing to do, but it can have severe consequences. Whistleblowers may be demoted, fired, or suffer loss of salary, discipline, or other types of employer retaliation.
If you are a whistleblower or are considering reporting wrongdoing at your workplace, please contact the employment law specialist at Stepter Law Office today.
Whistleblower Protection Lawyer Rayl L. Stepter Fighting for Your Rights Since 1993
Whistleblowers stand up and do the right thing. At Stepter Law Office, we will stand up and fight for you.
A variety of different actions can be called whistleblowing:
- Refusal to participate in wrongdoing
- Reporting a breach of company rules
- Reporting a breach of state, federal, or regulatory laws
- Reporting the misuse of federal funds
Whistleblower laws include so-called qui tam lawsuits, which allow those who report the misuse of federal funds or fraud involving a government contract to share in any recovery of government money.
For experienced legal representation and personal service contact the Ohio whistleblower attorney at Stepter Law Office today.
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