What is a Whistleblower?

Reporting Illegal Company Activities in Louisville

It's not uncommon for companies and organizations to participate in illegal activities. From banking improprieties to corruption, these activities are wrong. Biesecker Dutkanych & Macer, LLC can provide you the legal support you need if you're thinking of blowing the whistle. Given our experience in whistleblower claims, we can help you unveil the wrongdoings of a company without having your rights infringed.

Contact our firm if you are considering, or already have blown the whistle on a company. We can fight to protect your rights!

Blowing the whistle takes courage, but it also comes with high costs. Retaliation is illegal, but your employer may fire you either way. We want to protect your rights as an employee and guide you through your whistleblower claim to help you reach favorable results.

Examples of whistleblower claims include, but are not limited to:

  • Retaliation
  • Discrimination
  • Banking improprieties
  • Medicare fraud
  • Medicaid fraud
  • False claims for government reimbursement
  • Corporate accounting improprieties
  • Corruption

File a Claim with Our Employment Attorneys

The key to a successfully filed whistleblower claim is hard evidence. Attaining this information can be difficult to do on your own, but Biesecker Dutkanych & Macer, LLC is here to help you. As diligent and persistent Louisville employment lawyers, we can gather facts and concrete evidence to justify your suspicion of fraud or misconduct. We can prepare your case in time to file your claim. If your employer decides to take adverse action against you, we can help protect you from retaliation as well.

Stand Up for Your Rights

Working in a corrupted environment can take a negative toll on your well-being and performance. Whether it's fraud or misconduct, corruption puts employees in a difficult position. Biesecker Dutkanych & Macer, LLC are committed to helping you unravel the corruption within your company. Our experienced Louisville employment attorneys are ready to take your case to court if necessary.