Federal and State Laws Protect Whistleblowers

Legal protection for whistleblowers involved in internal company disputes over reporting illegal activity is a continually evolving area of the law. In the wake of the Enron scandal, many employees still fear losing their jobs if they blow the whistle on an employer for falsifying financial records or other forms of corporate wrongdoing. It is important for employees to know that laws exist to protect whistleblowers who report companies for misconduct, from corporate fraud or safety violations to criminal activity.

If you have reported misconduct by an employer, supervisor or co-worker, Sterling Attorneys at Law will work to protect you from unlawful discrimination or termination by your employer. We are dedicated to protecting the rights of employees and to taking action against employers to help preserve justice in the workplace. In the past, we have saved people from unjust dismissals, but if we cannot save your job, we can pursue a lawsuit when an employer terminates you in retaliation for whistleblower activity. Contact us online for a confidential consultation to discuss your case.

Helping Employees With a Wide Range of Employment Law Issues

As skilled employment law lawyers, we have a successful history of winning high-profile cases against Fortune 500 companies in Michigan and throughout the country. We assist in cases related to:

  • Discrimination
  • Harassment in the workplace
  • Contract fraud
  • Tax fraud
  • Securities violations
  • Health care fraud
  • Environmental violations
  • Government fraud
  • Bribery and kickbacks
  • Antitrust violations
  • Customs or immigration violations
  • Whistleblowing under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX)

With increased publicity and media exposure surrounding corporate wrongdoing, juries will often punish a company when they feel that an employee was retaliated against for being a whistleblower. As such, it is vital to the public interest that employees step forward to help bring to light misconduct among the nation's corporations.

Contact Our Attorneys

If you have experienced retaliation or other adverse consequences for reporting on the illegal acts of your employer, get experienced legal representation right away. Call 888-486-6305 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your situation. We are located in the Detroit area.