A whistle blower, or a qui tam case is a case that is filed against a company that has a contract with the United States. As part of their contract, they were defrauding the government. Typically, the qui tam case is filed by an employee who blows the whistle on his employer and reports the…

That is one of the most important questions that must be determined when you are considering yourself as a whistleblower. You can lose your job and you can suffer other consequences, including jail time, if in fact you were part of the fraud. Sometimes employees are forced into it. Sometimes employees just go along and…

The whistleblower is the person who reports the violations or the defrauding by a company that has a governmental contract. They report it to the government. The person that blows the whistle is considered the whistleblower. By law, there are a lot of requirements to determine whether the whistleblower is entitled to bring the lawsuit…

The whistleblower, or qui-tam case, is required to be brought by the person, or persons, that blow the whistle, and report the employer that violates certain rules, or defrauds the government. Sometimes that person that actually has knowledge of the fraud is not an employee, and they also, as long as they blow the whistle…

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