In the context of the False Claims Act, a whisteblower is an employee or other insider who discloses illegal conduct or other prohibited activities of a business. The False Claims Act is a federal law (with many state counterparts, including one in Massachusetts) that creates significant financial incentives for insiders to disclose illegal or prohibited conduct.

If your employer is breaking the law, there are often financial rewards for 'blowing the whistle' and reporting the conduct. While the prospect of doing so may seem daunting, an experienced and dedicated attorney can help you avoid common pitfalls.

If you have reason to believe that your employer has broken the law in a significant way, contact us or fill out the form on the right for a free case evaluation.