Helping Employees Expose Workplace Fraud
Whistleblowers — employees of government contractors who expose fraud on the part of their employer or other parties to government contracts — are protected against threats, intimidation or other forms of retaliation by their employers through the False Claims Act.
If you know of a company that is defrauding the government, consult a highly experienced lawyer as soon as possible to help preserve your legal rights. Attorney Jay Holland has decades of experience handling high-profile whistleblower cases throughout Washington, D.C., and Maryland. Contact us today to schedule a consultation with a seasoned Washington, D.C., whistleblower attorney.
Long-Term Implications Of Fraudulent Activities Against The Government
Fraud against the government can lead to serious implications, such as:
- Threaten important government programs such as national security, Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security by stealing from these programs’ limited budgets
- Cost taxpayers billions of dollars each year
- Create a loss of confidence in the government’s ability to run efficiently without disruption from dishonest and untrustworthy contractors
Through the False Claims Act, there is a process of reporting fraud that must be rigorously followed. Reporting government fraud is a complicated matter. Attorney Jay Holland has the skills and experience level necessary to help you navigate through the legal system, while seeking to protect your rights.
You Chose To Speak Up. Let Us Help Protect You.
If you are considering reporting government fraud, make sure that your rights are protected. Get employment law counsel from Jay P. Holland, Esq. Call 240-297-1782 or email the firm to schedule an initial consultation.