A whistleblower is someone who reports to an employer, a regulatory body, or an oversight or review authority, the violation of a regulation, standard, or ethical obligation.

While the decision to step forward and blow the whistle is sometimes a hard one and can be a scary proposition for some, those who are contemplating blowing the whistle or have already blown the whistle can take comfort in knowing that there are an array of laws that protect the rights of bona fide whistleblowers. If you are contemplating blowing the whistle or have been subject to unlawful retaliation in response for blowing the whistle, contact us immediately so we can help you understand and protect your rights.

For more information on Whistleblowing and Whistleblower’s Rights, contact your New York City Whistleblower employment lawyer or visit the Frequently Asked Questions page.

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