Protecting The Rights Of Whistleblowers

A qui tam action is a lawsuit brought by a private citizen against a person or company. The plaintiff in a qui tam case alleges that the defendant illegally breached a contract with the government or violated government regulations. The plaintiff in a qui tam action is entitled to a percentage of damages recovered on behalf of the government. The person who brings the action is known as a “whistleblower.”

Naturally, stepping out on a limb to bring a lawsuit on behalf of the government is a risky venture. Rewards can be substantial in a successful qui tam lawsuit. Foote, Mielke, Chavez & O’Neil, LLC, can guide you while protecting your rights as you bring a lawsuit against an offending person or entity.

Exposing Wrongdoing While Protecting Your Rights As A Whistleblower

How will you expose wrongdoing and recover funds for the government? How will you ensure that your job is protected and that you receive the reward to which you are entitled? Enlist a knowledgeable and dedicated qui tam attorney from Foote, Mielke, Chavez & O’Neil, LLC, to safeguard your interests throughout this process.

Protect Yourself From Employer Retaliation — Prepare For Qui Tam Litigation

Schedule a consultation with an Illinois lawyer representing whistleblowers before you try to expose fraud or criminal activity targeting the government. Call 630-232-7450 or email us. We can meet with you in our Chicago or Geneva law offices or by phone or Skype from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. We also have evening and weekend appointments sometimes available by special arrangement.

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Our office is currently closed to the public, but our attorneys remain hard at work. Please contact the office to see about the attorneys’ availability for in-person meetings, as this may change day-to-day. The situation is very fluid right now, but we are committed to giving you the best customer service and legal representation in these stressful times. If you are a prospective client, please contact the office by telephone or through our online portal, which can be accessed HERE, with any questions or to see what options we have available to accommodate new client meetings. If you are a current client, we encourage you to contact your attorney directly via email with any questions.

Our office is currently closed to the public, but our attorneys remain hard at work. Please contact the office to see about the attorneys’ availability for in-person meetings, as this may change day-to-day. The situation is very fluid right now, but we are committed to giving you the best customer service and legal representation in these stressful times. If you are a prospective client, please contact the office by telephone or through our online portal, which can be accessed HERE, with any questions or to see what options we have available to accommodate new client meetings. If you are a current client, we encourage you to contact your attorney directly via email with any questions.
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