GA Qui Tam & Whistleblower Lawyers

What Constitutes a Whistleblower Complaint?

Whistleblowing complaints focus on conduct prohibited by a specific law and/or conduct that may cause damage to public safety, waste tax dollars, or violate public trust in an honest, accountable government. Whistleblower complaints seldom include an employer's retaliation for complaints about personal dislikes or issues that affect only a single person. Whistleblower and retaliation claims are often discussed interchangeably but there are still some differences between the two. Many, if not most, of the laws that protect workers, such as anti-discrimination laws, wage and hour protections, and health and safety laws, also make it illegal for an employer to retaliate against someone who engages in conduct which the law protects. If your employer retaliates against you for whistleblowing for going against labor laws, they are breaking the law.

Assert Your Rights with Nick Lotito & Seth Kirschenbaum

Is your career jeopardized by the actions or misconduct of your associates? Are you seeking assistance in exposing contract, procurement, or other fraudulent conduct that jeopardizes your future and integrity? Nick Lotito and Seth Kirschenbaum are Atlanta whistleblower lawyers and former prosecutors who can work hard to protect your rights, and uphold that reputation in qui tam cases and whistleblower actions.

We possess 60+ years of combined trial experience in state and federal courts throughout Georgia and the southern U.S. Our commitment to excellence and history of positive results is well-known to colleagues and opposing counsel alike in the jurisdictions we serve. Through every twist and turn in the criminal justice legal process, you will know that your interests are being safeguarded—aggressively and effectively.

Strong, Effective Representation in Whistleblower Actions

The phrase "qui tam" describes an individual's authority to act on behalf of himself and his government. A qui tam legal action is a civil lawsuit brought by a "relator" or whistleblower against a former employer or former employee, typically regarding a government contract. The qui tam whistleblower reward is a provision of the False Claims Act, originally enacted to oppose defense procurement fraud by defense contractors. If successful, you can receive a substantial reward, commensurate with the funds recovered from your information. Don't delay in retaining the kind of high-quality, effective defense representation that protects your rights in qui tam and whistleblower actions. Contact our skilled whistleblower lawyers to discuss your case in a confidential consultation.

Call (404) 471-3177. We respond promptly to e-mail, fax and after-hours messages.

Creating Solutions for People in Trouble

Whistleblowers can have access to information about, and expose, irregularities such as:

  • Federal Tax Fraud
  • Tax Underpayment
  • Securities Law Violations
  • Defense Contractor Fraud
  • Medical Lab or Medical Product Defects
  • Business & Government Cover-Ups

When criminal defense lawyers like ours have each been in business for more than 30 years, there has to be a reason why. Ours is consistently strong, effective representation that gets results. Nick Lotito and Seth Kirschenbaum care about your rights, and preserving your freedom and future. Our law offices create lasting solutions for people in trouble, in Atlanta and throughout the state.

Contact Atlanta Criminal Attorneys Lotito and Kirschenbaum at (404) 471-3177.

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