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Defending Workplace Whistleblowers In California
Whistleblowers play an undeniably important role in the modern workplace. Unfortunately, having the bravery to step up and call out wrongdoing can often draw the retaliation of the company you work for.
At Rosen Marsili Rapp LLP, our wrongful termination employment law attorneys are dedicated to defending the rights of workplace whistleblowers and helping them seek justice in the face of retaliation by their employers. Our firm has been serving Los Angeles and the surrounding area since 1985 with a tremendous record of success, working with employees to help them level the playing field against the large corporations they work for.
Important Considerations For Workplace Whistleblowers
Under state and federal whistleblower laws, it is illegal for employers to retaliate against employees who report information pertaining to:
- A violation of the law
- A violation of regulations
- An abuse of authority
- Gross mismanagement
- Gross waste of funds
- A specific and substantial threat to public health or safety
If you have disclosed information such as this and are suffering consequences rolled out by your employer as a result, the employment lawyers at Rosen Marsili Rapp LLP stand ready to help you fight back and receive the justice you deserve. With decades of combined experience, our devoted lawyers have the skill and know-how you need to protect yourself and fight back.
What To Do If You’ve Been Retaliated Against Due To Workplace Whistleblowing
When your employer has retaliated against you — terminated your employment, denied you a promotion, modified your job responsibilities — based on your reporting of unlawful activity, it is important to contact an employment lawyer as soon as possible. Retaliating against protected whistleblowers in any form is both troubling and illegal — and it should be met with swift action.
At Rosen Marsili Rapp LLP, we would love to help you fight for the justice and compensation you deserve. To learn more about whistleblower protection and tell us about your case, we invite you to email us today or call us at 213-389-6050.