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Moon and Yang Professional Corporation

Los Angeles Whistleblower & Qui Tam Attorney

Whistleblowers are people who take a stand to expose and report an employer’s illegal actions. At Moon and Yang, our Los Angeles lawyers are committed to helping whistleblowers protect their rights as they navigate the path to justice.

Experienced, aggressive and tenacious, our attorneys have a deep understanding of whistleblower laws, the challenges that can arise in these cases, and how to successfully overcome those challenges so that our clients are able to secure the recoveries – and justice – they deserve.

Whistleblower & Qui Tam Cases

Whistleblower cases can pertain to any number of issues or alleged wrongdoings by an employer, including (but not exclusive to) an employer allegedly violating:

• OSHA regulations
• SEC regulations
• EPA regulations
• Labor laws.

Qui Tam cases are a specific type of whistleblower case alleging that an employer has violated the False Claims Act1 by:

• Submitting a fraudulent claim to a government agency – Medicare fraud is a common example.
• Committing any fraud with respect to government funds – Pertaining to both money owed to the government and funds the government has paid out, examples include tax fraud and government contract fraud.

When Qui Tam cases result in the government recovering funds, whistleblowers can be entitled to up to 30 percent of the monies recovered.

The experienced Los Angeles lawyers at Moon and Yang have extensive experience representing whistleblowers in these and other types of cases. Contact us today to find out more about your options for blowing the whistle on an employer’s or business’ misconduct.

Whistleblowers’ Rights2

People who become whistleblowers have various protections under the law. Some of these include the rights to:

• A workplace free of harassment, threats or intimidation
• Freedom from retaliatory, such as the following, for becoming a whistleblower:
o Being fired, laid off or demoted
o Being reassigned to objectionable or risk job duties
o Being passed over for promotions
o Having their pay reduced, their benefits terminated and/or their hours cut back
o Receiving negative performance reviews in the absence of any job-related performance issues.

Additionally, it’s illegal for employers to have policies that prohibit or deter people from blowing the whistle on their misconduct.

Find Out Your Options for Blowing the Whistle on a Business: Contact a Los Angeles Employment Lawyer at Moon and Yang, APC

If you are ready to report an employer’s illegal actions, you can turn to a Los Angeles whistleblower lawyer at the Moon and Yang for aggressive, effective legal advocacy in your pursuit of justice. At Moon and Yang, our lawyers have an unflinching commitment to our clients that is backed by substantial experience, legal knowledge and resources.

This empowers us to provide effective representation in state and federal courts and to bring our clients cases to successful resolutions. Focused on providing the maximum possible value to each client, our lawyers are ready to give you with a realistic assessment of your case – as well as exceptional service and representation as we help you achieve your short-term and long-term goals.

Contact us today by calling (213) 232-3128 or by emailing us using the contact form on this page to find out more about our services and how we can help you.

From our offices based in Los Angeles, our trusted lawyers provide superior service to clients throughout Southern California, including those in Koreatown, Orange, Anaheim, Santa Ana, Buena Park, Garden Grove and throughout Los Angeles and Orange Counties.

1: The Justice Department’s Guide to the False Claims Act
2: The U.S. Department of Labor’s Whistleblower Protection Program