A whistle blower exposes illegal activity against the government. Read this story from Bloomberg Markets about a woman who did the right thing and came out way, way ahead — by $31 million.
What Is A Qui Tam or Whistle Blower Lawsuit?
If a private individual believes a company is cheating the government, the individual “blows the whistle” to expose the illegal acts. A whistleblower lawsuit is one in which a person who believes that a company has committed fraud against the government brings a lawsuit against that company to recover the government’s money. Qui tam is a legal term that attorneys sometimes use to refer to whistleblower cases. Qui tam and whistleblower mean the same thing.
If you believe a company is intentionally committing fraud against the government, email or call Carr & Carr Attorneys at 1-877-392-4878 for a confidential, no obligation consultation. Let us help you determine your next steps and explain the process of filing a whistleblower lawsuit. Our attorneys will keep your situation private and can offer options of what you should do next.
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