We Offer Whistleblower Protection. Report Illegal Activities.

Do you suspect your company has an unsafe or hazardous workplace? Is not paying all wages owed to employees? Is cheating on a government contract? Over-billing or double billing? Under the whistleblower protection laws, you have a legal right and to report suspicious activities. But where do you turn and how do you protect your job?

The Law Prohibits Whistleblower Retaliation

You start by talking to a lawyer at Lauby, Mankin & Lauby LLP. We are a prominent Southern California employment law firm that has helped hundreds of people protect their workplace rights. If you know that something improper or illegal is going on, you can report it to your employer without the fear of retaliation under the law. Under whistleblower laws, if you are retaliated against, you may be entitled to collect significant damages, including lost wages/income, general damages like pain and suffering, penalties, attorney fees, and other damages resulting from the unlawful retaliation.

Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation with an attorney on our employment law team today. We investigate all whistleblower claims confidentially. From our offices in Riverside, Palm Desert and Irvine, our trial attorneys represent employees in all types of whistleblower protection claims involving government contracts, including:

  • Complaining about unpaid wages
  • Complaining about unsafe or hazardous working conditions
  • Dishonest accounting practices, double billing
  • Misrepresentation of capacity to provide services or products
  • Poor quality of workmanship
  • Embezzlement and financial fraud

Contact us to arrange a free consultation today.

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