Whistleblowers, False Claims Act discussed by Beasley Allen principal Larry Golston

| Employment Law, States and Municipalities

In this episode of the “Beasley Allen Report,” Beasley Allen principal Larry Golston visits with host Gibson Vance regarding a specific topic of interest by today’s media – whistleblowers. Whistleblowers are people who expose fraudulent activity against the government and are usually entitled to a percentage of the reward sought in court. However, whistleblowers also face person risks when they take steps to expose this alleged wrongdoing. Also, there would be no such thing as whistleblowers if it wasn’t for the False Claims Act, which allows U.S. citizens to sue on behalf of the U.S. government as needed.

For more information on the False Claims Act, whistleblowers and other legal topics of interest, visit our website at www.BeasleyAllen.com.

Larry Golston, Beasley Allen Attorney
Larry Golston

Larry secured a $30 million whistleblower settlement involving issues of national security.

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