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Whistleblower Who Reported Asbestos Violations Awarded Damages
Earlier this month, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York released a judgment that awarded an asbestos whistleblower damages for “unlawful retaliation” by his former employer. The lawsuit was based on the worker’s allegation that his...
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National Day Recognizes Whistleblowers Who Report Illegal Activities
When an employee chooses to expose dishonest or illegal activities of their employer, they become known as a “whistleblower.” On July 30, 1778, the Founding Fathers of our country passed the Whistleblower Protection Law for those who are willing to...
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Whistleblowers Protected from Retaliating Employers
by Brayton Purcell LLP Mar 26, 2014 Whistleblowing Many people believe that America is the land of the free – a place where someone can buy their own land, build their own home, and even start their own business. Citizens...
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UCLA Pays Whistleblower $10 Million in Retaliation Case
Many individuals who witness their employer break the law or take part in misconduct in other ways are afraid to step forward and speak out against any wrong-doing. The main fears are losing one’s job or being retaliated against in...
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