Whistleblower

  What Are a Whistleblower's Rights?

When you uncover illicit activity about a person or organization, it can be stressful to know what to do. This is especially true if that party has found out what you know and threatened to harm you in some way if you speak the truth. If this has happened to you, please know that you have rights as a whistleblower and you do not have to keep quiet or allow the threats to happen. The Jingozian Law Group is here to help you through this tough situation.
                         
What is a Whistleblower?
                         
A whistleblower is a person who informs on another person's or organization's activity that is illegal, unethical, or otherwise illicit. One famous example of this is Edward Snowden who leaked information about the National Security Agency tracking the digital communications of American citizens. It was such a groundbreaking story that it was released as a biographical thriller movie in 2016. Another example of whistleblowing that made it to the big screen was The Washington Post publishing The Pentagon Papers in 1971. This historical political thriller film is called "The Post" and was released in 2017.
                         
Looking for Attorneys Near Me
                         
If you feel that your rights have been violated as a result of whistleblowing, you should know that there are attorneys available to support your case. When looking for one, you'll want to work with someone who understands your case, takes your interests to heart, and will fight to defend your rights. You can learn a lot about an attorney from their website. Look for testimonials, Google reviews, a rating from the Better Business Bureau, as well as Yelp and Facebook. See what others have experienced when working with the attorney to gauge if they will be able to help you.
                         
Working with Lawyers Near Me
                         
When you decide to work with a lawyer, you should not be required to pay any fees. The lawyer will only get paid when you win your case. He or she will ask you to provide as much information about your situation as possible. This will include evidence of the illicit activities you brought to light, as well as any unjust repercussions you may have experienced because of it. This may be in the form of emails, text messages, notes, phone calls, or witness statements.
                         
Contact The Jingozian Law Group Today
 
                        
If you have discovered another person or organization has been taking part in illicit activities, and then been mistreated as the result of whistleblowing, please contact The Jingozian Law Group today. They will stand up for you and fight for the compensation you deserve. Please call 818-421-4000 to speak with an employment law attorney today.

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