How can a whistleblower defense attorney help me?
Our experienced white collar criminal defense lawyers explain how
Being the focus of a whistleblower investigation can be an overwhelming experience. Even if you did nothing wrong, dealing with a whistleblower investigation can be a complicated, time-consuming process. That’s why it’s critical that you have an experienced whistleblower defense attorney on your side, defending your rights.
The legal team at Brewer, Pritchard & Buckley, PC can help you every step of the way. Our lawyers have more than 90 years of combined legal experience. We’re familiar with the applicable state and federal laws that apply to whistleblower investigations, including the False Claims Act and qui tam law. When the stakes are high, you can count on us.
What you can expect from our whistleblower defense lawyers
If you or your business has been accused of fraud or other criminal wrongdoing by a whistleblower, it’s critical that you take these allegations seriously right from the start. Our attorneys can help you every step of the way, including by:
- Carefully reviewing the whistleblower complaint against you or your business
- Making sure no state or federal laws were violated by the whistleblower who took legal action against you or your company
- Determining whether the whistleblower had direct knowledge of the allegations made against you or your company
- Verifying if the whistleblower complaint was filed before any statute of limitations expired
The rules and regulations involving whistleblower lawsuits and complaints are very strict. If any of these laws were violated, our white collar criminal defense lawyers will take legal action on your behalf, including requesting to have the civil or criminal charges against you dropped.
You have rights. Our whistleblower defense attorneys can fight for them.
The stakes are often very high in whistleblower lawsuit or complaint cases. Penalties often include fines ranging from thousands to even millions of dollars. The federal government may even seize your assets as part of its investigation. In certain circumstances, you could even potentially be sentenced to several years in federal prison.