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Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic many healthcare professionals have turned to social media to express their frustration regarding treating large amounts of COVID-19 patients and the lack of personal protection equipment provided by their employers.  Some of the postings by healthcare professionals have gone viral thereby persuading healthcare corporations to confront the issues raised by their […]

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Delayed Workplace Retaliation Laws exist to protect workers who voice concerns about workplace discrimination from retaliation. But for these laws to provide the protection they guarantee, workers need to recognize an action as retaliation. In most cases, retaliation will happen in direct response or shortly after a worker files a complaint, but this isn’t always […]


New Amendments to Whistleblower Law Proposed in New York State Senate In New York State, New York Labor Law (“NYLL”) § 740 protects whistleblowing employees from retaliation for engaging in protected activity. Specifically, NYLL § 740 has a one-year statute of limitations and considers protected activity to be when an employee reports, or threatens to […]

Discovering workplace wrongdoing can lead to stress, but there are protections in place that prevent the backlash against you for accusing your employer of breaking the law. Unfortunately, these protections only go so far and many whistleblowers find themselves mired in stress and anxiety when faced with the decision to report wrongdoing against their employer. […]


If you work for an employer you are sure operates above-the-board and is entirely ethical, you should consider it a blessing. Not everyone is this lucky. Some employees, even when they are happy in their work and do not intend to do so, discover their employers are doing something unethical or outright breaking the law. […]

On October 26, 2017, the Dr. Chris Kirkpatrick Whistleblower Protection Act of 2017 was passed into law. The new law provides more protections for whistleblowers that report fraud, waste, and abuse in the federal government. Some of these protections include: providing the Office of Special Counsel more access to information in order to fully conduct […]

The downside of living and working in an industrialized country is that producing sometimes means polluting the environment. The government has done a great deal to control pollution and businesses are expected to adhere to laws restricting the amount of pollution they can produce in an effort to balance the needs of industrialization with the […]

Discovering your employer’s wrongdoing can be a tough position in which to find yourself. As much as you might want to protect your employer, you may feel that you have a moral obligation to report wrongdoing. On the other hand, if you are disgruntled and feel you have been mistreated as an employee, you might be eager […]

On Tuesday, March 4, 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court expanded the class of employees entitled to whistleblower protection under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (“Sarbanes-Oxley” or “the Act”). In its 6-3 decision in Lawson v. FMR LLC, the Court held that the employees of private companies that contract with publicly held companies are entitled to […]

James Griffin commenced his lawsuit against the City of New York for retaliation after he reported a cover up to Internal Affairs. In retaliation, his fellow and superior officers made his life a living hell. Mr. Griffin paid the price for violating the “blue wall of silence.” In what can be characterized as nothing short […]


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