When you find yourself in a situation where you're aware of fraud against the government, it's hard to know what to do next. Should you file a lawsuit? If you pursue legal action, will it cost you your job? Will it hurt your reputation? Is it wise?
Because navigating these issues can be so tricky, here's a look at what to keep in mind. Before you file a lawsuit and become a whistleblower, here are some things you need to know:
If you believe your company is defrauding the government in some way, you may wish to speak to an experienced attorney about your options. Not only will your attorney be able to help you determine whether, and than how, to move forward, but he or she will also help you protect your best interests in the process.
Article by Brian McCormick, Jr.
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