It doesn't matter if it's through overcharging, deception about products or services, falsified records, or something else, if you know that your company is defrauding the government in some way, you are in a tough position. You may have talked to your employer already and been rebuffed. You may be unsure of how to proceed or even about what options are available. If this sounds familiar to you, here is what you should understand:
If you believe your company is defrauding the government in some way, speak with an experienced attorney about the situation. Attorneys will usually be able to analyze your situation and tell you if you have a legitimate case worth pursuing or if it's too small to be worthwhile.
Article by Brian McCormick, Jr.
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