This site is intended to (hopefully) provide timely and useful information about whistleblowing and the various Qui Tam programs. But it is just a web site. The observations and commentary I offer on this site are not legal advice to you. I am happy to talk to you, and discuss legal issues with you, and after we talk, we may mutually decide to form an attorney-client relationship. If that happens, then I will be your lawyer, and you can take what I tell you as legal advice. But reading this site or watching my videos does not make me your lawyer or you my client. It is also worth noting, that the information in the videos is current as of the time I recorded the video – the law changes, but these videos don’t (unless I pull them down and re-post updated versions). So call me, or email me, and let’s talk if you’d like legal advice. Short of that, I hope this information is helpful and informative, but take it all with a grain of salt. And finally, although I am a lawyer, and have represented whistleblowers for years, I don’t have any special certification in whistleblower law, and I cannot promise you any specific result in any case you file. Please don’t take anything I say about my experience or my past clients and the results of their cases as suggesting anything to the contrary.