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How quickly should a whistleblower lawsuit be filed?
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It does matter when your lawsuit is filed.  Under the federal False Claims Act, whistleblowers are encouraged to bring their claims to the government as soon as possible.  If you are a whistleblower, and you are the first to alert the government about wrongdoing that has occurred, you stand to share at a greater amount than whistleblowers who come along afterwards.  Therefore, it is important that you get legal advice as soon as possible about wrongdoing you think is going on.  Because if it is, you want to be the first to let the government know about that, and you want to be the first to file that lawsuit.

 

 




Can I be rewarded for blowing the whistle?
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The Federal False Claims Act incentivizes whistleblowers to come forward by offering a reward should the case be successful.  Now, we see whistleblowers who come forward for all sorts of reasons, but principally it is because they cannot live with the wrongdoing going on around them.  But there is a bonus under the Federal False Claims Act: the whistleblower is eligible to receive between fifteen and thirty percent of the government’s recovery.

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