How To Blow the Whistle, Get Heard, Get Paid,
and Live To Tell the Tale

“It takes a great deal of bravery to stand up to our enemies, but just as much to stand up to our friends.” —J.K. Rowling

Do you know that something is not right at your workplace—like tax fraud, securities fraud, healthcare or government fraud? Perhaps you’ve asked your co-workers or supervisors about it and were shocked or disappointed when they told you to ignore it. Maybe you have tried to change it. You might even feel that you are a part of it … and you can’t stop thinking about it.

Taking a stand. Telling the truth. Taking on wrongdoers. Doing the right thing—and reaping the financial rewards. Being the whistleblower sounds wonderful, doesn’t it? But it hardly ever feels that way. The process is hard and long. You will be accused of lying or told you are wrong. You will face retaliation from colleagues and friends.

When you feel that there is absolutely no other way to solve the problem—that is the time to blow the whistle.

World-Class Whistleblower Protection that Works

Tim McCormack, a highly experienced qui tam attorney, has successfully represented whistleblowers in cases large and small across the United States, the U.K., the E.U., Canada and beyond. His courageous clients have helped governments recover more than $550 million while safeguarding their families and, in many cases, receiving substantial financial rewards. And he stood by them while they paid the high personal and professional price of speaking truth to power.

Tim created this website to provide honest, no-holds-barred insight into what whistleblowing really means for the personal and professional lives of potential whistleblowers just like you. He’s also happy to give you his take on your situation.  So if you are worried about what is happening in your workplace, schedule a completely free and totally confidential talk with Tim. No matter what you decide to do, his honest assessment of your case will help you see your options clearly and chart your course with confidence.

Is something wrong at work? Tim can help you blow the whistle so you have the best chance to have the right people hear you, to be justly rewarded, and to minimize your regrets. Call 207-747-7639 or submit a case evaluation form to schedule a free, no-obligation, and completely confidential whistleblowing case review today.

Whistleblowers and Non-Disclosure Agreements: How To Blow the Whistle If You Have an NDA

In this video I discuss the issue of whistleblowing and Non-Disclosure Agreements, especially the question of whether and how you can blow the whistle if you have signed a Non-Disclosure Agreement?     The following is a rough transcript of the video: There has been a lot in the news lately about Non-Disclosure Agreements.  Omarose Manigault Newman, former Presidential advisor as well las former reality star has written a book, is giving interviews.  The Trump Administration and Trump Campaign are trying to silence her by enforcing a Non-Disclosure Agreement.  Stormy Daniels is involved with litigation about a Non-Disclosure Agreement... Read More.

Compounding Pharmacy Fraud

Compounding pharmacies can provide a valuable services when a patient needs a customized formulation of a prescription drug.  Unfortunately, because of lax regulations and high reimbursement, some compounding pharmacies can also present the potential for major risks to patient health and significant healthcare fraud, especially for fraudulent prescriptions for topical pain creams and scar creams.   The following is a rough transcript of the video: Today, I am going to talk about the risk of serious healthcare fraud in the compounding pharmacy industry, especially a recent government report that identified questionable billing practices at over 500 pharmacies that could... Read More.

Protecting Whistleblowers from Retaliation: Using a Corporation or Partnership as the Whistleblower

Partnerships and LLCs, are they the magic bullet to help protect whistleblower confidentiality? In this video I discuss the benefits and limitations of whistleblowers using a corporate entity (like an LLC) or a partnership (LLP) to protect themselves from whistleblower retaliation. In short, using an LLC or LLP can be helpful, but: (1) only in specific limited situations; (2) there are risks that come with using a partnership or a corporate form while you are blowing the whistle; and (3) you cannot guarantee anonymity.    The following is a rough transcript of the video: Hi, this is Tim... Read More.

Receive the latest news from the Whistleblower.com Blog

Subscribe