Never before have there been so many legal avenues for whistleblowers to pursue in asserting government fraud claims, as the federal government and the states have enacted an increasing number of whistleblower statutes in an effort to incentivize those with knowledge of government fraud to come forward and share their information. This proliferation of whistleblower laws also means that the risk of liability for companies that have potential whistleblowers among their ranks has never been greater than it is today.
Click on this link for more information about the various kinds of whistleblower laws including federal and state false claims acts, the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) whistleblower program, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) whistleblower program and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (“CFTC”) whistleblower program.
Kaiser Law Firm, PLLC offers clients the unique perspective of a former government insider who knows the most relevant factors to consider in assessing whistleblower claims — whether from the perspective of a whistleblower or of an investigative target or litigation defendant. Mr. Kaiser participated on the front lines in whistleblower investigations, litigation, and settlement, including large, global resolutions of all outstanding issues between the government and major corporations. He can bring that prior experience to bear in dealing with the federal agencies that may be involved in the government’s investigation, in any decision on whether the government will intervene in the whistleblower’s lawsuit, and in any determinations concerning settlement of the whistleblower’s claims.
Kaiser Law Firm, PLLC can assist whistleblowers by:
Asserting related claims under whistleblower protection provisions and other laws in connection with adverse and retaliatory employment action taken against employees who become whistleblowers.
If you have knowledge of government fraud and would like us to evaluate your information and consider representing you in the matter, the following link will take you to a questionnaire for you to print out, complete and then send back to Kaiser Law Firm, PLLC by email, regular mail or fax (our fax number is the same as our telephone number).
We prefer that you submit information about your potential case in writing so that we may properly assess the merits of your allegations and the strategic issues they raise before we discuss the case with you. This will help us make an informed decision about whether Kaiser Law Firm, PLLC would be able to represent you. Please provide as much detail as possible. Your information will be reviewed at no charge to determine if there is a sufficient basis to assert a claim. If you have supporting documentation, please let us know what that documentation is. If you would rather write a narrative than complete the questionnaire, please be sure to address all the issues the questionnaire raises.
If you would rather discuss your case with us in person before submitting any written information, you may also contact the firm by phone or email to schedule a free consultation regarding your potential claim. In that event, please be prepared to provide the information requested in the questionnaire at the time of the consultation. We will need that information before we are in a position to intelligently evaluate and discuss the merits of your claim.
All of your communications with us during the evaluation process are regarded as privileged and confidential and will be treated by us accordingly.
We remind you that you also have a responsibility to keep information related to your case private. Do not post anything about the case or your allegations to your Facebook or other social media page. Do not blog or tweet about them. Public discussion of your allegations may be harmful to your case.
Kaiser Law Firm, PLLC is a boutique law firm with offices located in 926 RXR Plaza Uniondale, NY 11556 U.S.A. We offer top-flight Whistleblower Representation and Business Intelligence Services.
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