Navigating Liability as a Whistleblower

Navigating Liability as a Whistleblower

There’s a common misconception that a whistleblower must have no connections to the conduct they seek to report. This common misconception often discourages witnesses from coming forward or incentives them to omit or to minimize their role or participation in a fraud.

Common Pitfalls for Whistleblowers: Choosing the Right Path

Common Pitfalls for Whistleblowers: Choosing the Right Path

Deciding to become a whistleblower is no easy task, and there is no single right way to step forward. We have worked with many types of clients–each of whom has his or her unique story–and we are experienced at tailoring an approach to suit each client’s specific needs.

Associate Spotlight: Lucy Kelly Hale

Associate Spotlight: Lucy Kelly Hale

Today, we spotlight one lawyer’s focus on blockchain issues and the problems that arise when defining and framing new technologies still in their infancy. Lucy Kelly Hale focused her study on the intersection of technology and state-level regulation and…

Thinking of blowing the whistle?

Thinking of blowing the whistle?

Thinking of blowing the whistle? The Brief: While becoming a whistleblower can be daunting, you should initially focus on three important considerations: (1) whistleblower protections are available, (2) documentary evidence is helpful but not required, and…