Exposing wrongdoing in the workplace may cause an employee to face adverse action, such as termination or demotion, by their employer. Such retaliatory acts may constitute a whistleblower claim. Beasley Allen lawyer, Andrew Brashier, explains that the Whistleblowers Protection Act of 1989 may provide a remedy for employees in certain circumstances when they try to do what they believe is right.
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