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4  Most Common Mistakes Whistleblowers Make in a Case

Whistleblowers expose the destruction or misuse of sensitive documentation, funding, or information. Whistleblowers are ordinary citizens who exercise their duty to expose misconduct. Having a whistleblower case places several federal protections over you, like shielding you from unfair repercussions such as work termination. However, notifying superiors of violations or misconduct...

Why Do You Need a Medical Malpractice Attorney?

Have you ever been hurt by a medical professional? If you're thinking of hiring a medical malpractice attorney, here's what you should know. The United States has some of the best medical care standards in the world. Thousands of people are harmed or die every year while visiting a...

What to Look For in a Criminal Defense Attorney?

If you have just been arrested for a crime, you’re probably overwhelmed with questions about what your next steps should be, and what this accusation might mean for your future. The good news is you do not have to fight your charges alone; a criminal defense lawyer can help...

Legal Risks of Allowing Smoking in the Workplace

Smoking is a habit that can have serious repercussions in the workplace. Aside from threatening the health of the smoker, cigarettes also affect everyone around the smoker. Second and third-hand smoke are real threats to those sharing the same air as a smoker, and the health complications that can...

What Should I Know About Whistleblowing?

Whistleblowing refers to an instance where a company’s employee exposes their employer for fraudulent, dishonest, or illegal behavior. Whistleblowing may also be defined as “making a disclosure in the public interest.” Disclosing wrongdoing done by a company may be done within the company to the manager or externally to a...