Doing the right thing takes courage.
Whistleblower – or Qui Tam litigation — has a long history in the United States. A spate of recent cases – from the Enron
debacle to the Edward Snowden case — has put the spotlight on whistleblowers in this country.
With a surge in cases – from 30 filed in 1987 to 753 in 2013 – increasing numbers of whistleblowers are combatting government and other fraud by reporting it under the whistleblower laws, saving valuable taxpayer dollars and resources.