The Rewards of Whistleblowing

By | December 1, 2016

For those of us that pay close attention to the news, it seems as though fraud is rampant in our country. There has been a steady stream of stories relating to corruption in the healthcare and financial industries, ranging from the recent $1 billion Medicare bust in Miami to the collective $36 billion a year in financial fraud… Read More »

Anonymity in Whistleblower Cases

By | October 18, 2016

One of the first questions that might pop into the mind of a potential whistleblower is:  Will my identity be revealed when I come forward about the wrongdoing I’ve witnessed? 

Will the Trend in Auto Recalls Continue?

By | April 24, 2016

2015 was the year of the auto recall. It was a year that witnessed so many car recalls, that it almost became the norm. But why and more just as importantly should we be concerned about more recalls to come? Actually, a number of factors have come together that explain why 2015 was the year of the recall.… Read More »