Woodland Hills Whistleblower Lawyers
Dedicated Counsel from the Law Office of Payab & Associates
Whistleblowers are employees who go to the authorities with knowledge of their own employers' illegal acts. Whistleblowers do this at great risk of their reputation at their own company and employers will often retaliate against these brave employees. The state of California and the federal government both provide protections for whistleblowers—meaning that, if retaliation does occur, they often have grounds to seek compensation.
If you experienced retaliation or wrongful termination from your employer after reporting their wrongdoing to the authorities, the Law Office of Payab & Associates is ready to hear your story. We are well-versed in both the state and federal laws that protect these employees and how to substantiate wrongdoing by employers in these cases. We're ready to diligently pursue the relief you deserve both in and outside the courtroom.
It can be possible to have the last word in this matter. Call (818) 918-5522 to speak with our Woodland Hills whistleblower attorneys today.
Standing with Whistleblower Employees
Whistleblowers know that they risk their reputation and employment when they come forward to report wrongdoing but do so regardless in order to do the right thing. These are individuals who deserve legal protections and, if retaliated against, need their rights and interests asserted.
Our firm is ready to work with whistleblowers involved in reporting:
- Any form of fraud (including tax fraud)
- Breach of fiduciary duties
- Health and safety violations
- Employment law violations (discrimination, etc.)
Qui Tam Action Representation
Qui tam actions are whistleblower actions that occur against institutions that receive federal funding. In these cases, the federal government provides protections to employees that come forward and report that the funds are being misused by these institutions. In some cases, it's even possible for the whistleblower to be entitled to a portion of the recovered funds in a qui tam action.
No matter what type of whistleblower action you have been involved with, if you have you been retaliated against, you are eligible for relief. Contact our proven advocates at the Law Office of Payab & Associates to start exploring your legal options.
Start the conversation today. Use our online form to request a free case evaluation with our whistleblower legal team now.