FAQs

Before you blow the whistle on fraud committed against the government, it’s important to understand your rights as a qui tam relator. Being a whistleblower is never easy, so having a thorough understanding of what you can expect throughout an investigation is essential.

The False Claims Act, SEC Whistleblower Program, IRS Whistleblower Program and other Federal and State laws provide certain protections to whistleblowers, and in some instances offer monetary rewards.

Browse the FAQs below to learn more, or contact us today for a free and confidential case evaluation.

  1. What is fraud?
  2. What is the False Claims Act? 
  3. Why report fraud?
  4. What does ‘qui tam’ mean?
  5. What kinds of cases do you take?
  6. What are whistleblowers’ rights and protections?
  7. What kind of evidence does a whistleblower need?
  8. What will a whistleblower attorney do?
  9. How much is the typical whistleblower reward?
  10. What is the typical process for a whistleblower case?

 

DOWNLOAD THE WHISTLEBLOWER GUIDEBOOK