How to Retain a Good Whistleblower Lawyer?

In evaluating a prospective attorney, do not hesitate to ask about his or her professional background. Many whistleblower attorneys are former federal prosecutors (Assistant U.S. Attorneys) or Department of Justice trial attorneys with experience in white collar fraud and False Claims Act prosecutions. Some also have prior government work experience involving SEC or IRS enforcement matters. Still, other attorneys who present themselves as whistleblower lawyers are generalists who represent plaintiffs in various kinds of lawsuits, including those involving personal injuries, employment discrimination, class actions and securities litigation.

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