Girard Gibbs LLP's Whistleblower Attorneys
Our attorneys are committed to counseling individuals who have discovered a fraudulent practice, and who are committed to stopping it. The law creates a number of incentives for these people to step forward and act as "whistleblowers," particularly when the government is being defrauded or SEC rules have been violated.
Any decision to become a whistleblower requires careful thought, however, and it is crucial that the proper steps be followed to ensure that the incentives and the protections afforded by the False Claims Act and other whistleblower laws are preserved. The Girard Gibbs whistleblower attorneys are committed to counseling whistleblowers throughout this process to ensure their interests are protected.
Our Whistleblower Practice
Our whistleblower practice includes:
Qui Tam Attorneys who assist individuals who have learned of a past or present fraud committed against the federal or state government—these qui tam lawsuits frequently involve Medicare & Medicaid or allegations of fraudulent conduct by defense contractors.
IRS Whistleblower attorneys who work with whistleblowers who have knowledge of unpaid taxes to report the violations under the Tax Relief & Health Care Act or similar laws.
Speak with a Whistleblower Attorney
If you have questions about our whistleblower practice or would like a free consultation with one of our whistleblower attorneys, please fill out the form to the right or call (866) 981-4800.
Why Girard Gibbs?
Girard Gibbs represents consumers, investors, whistleblowers, employees, and businesses in cases involving consumer protection, personal injury, securities, antitrust, employment litigation and arbitration. The firm’s senior partners, Daniel Girard and Eric Gibbs, have been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2012 and Northern California Super Lawyers, and have earned AV-Preeminent ratings from Martindale-Hubbell, recognizing them in the highest class of attorneys for professional ethics and legal skills.