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When corrupt Wisconsin companies abuse carefully distributed government funds, all Americans pay the price. Federal whistleblower laws are in place to hold fraudulent corporations accountable for their actions, keep our nation’s citizens safe and recover taxpayer dollars lost to fraud, waste and abuse. Whistleblower laws offer protection from employer retaliation and pay substantial cash awards to those whose knowledge of fraud leads to successful government recovery.
Our Wisconsin whistleblower attorneys help clients collect millions in cash awards each year for reporting inside knowledge of fraud, including:
With over three decades of experience pursuing whistleblower claims against some of America’s most powerful corporations, the top rated Wisconsin whistleblower lawyers of Judge Lang & Katers, LLC understand how to safeguard clients’ rights and maximize cash awards. Our attorneys represent whistleblowers from Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay, Kenosha, Racine, Appleton, Waukesha, Oshkosh, Eau Claire, Janesville and across the state of Wisconsin.
We invite you to call us today to learn whether your information qualifies you for a whistleblower award in a free, completely confidential, no-obligation Judge Lang & Katers, LLC case consultation. – 414.777.0778
Under the federal False Claims Act (31 U.S.C. §§ 3729–3733), Wisconsin pharmacists, physicians, sales reps, nurses, EMT’s and other health care professionals collect millions in cash awards each year for their non-public, original source information on fraud against Medicare, Wisconsin Medicaid, TRICARE and other government-funded healthcare programs.
Examples of Wisconsin health care fraud that violate the False Claims Act include:
False Claims Act whistleblower cash awards equal between 10% and 30% of any government recovery resulting from a successful whistleblower claim. Wisconsin whistleblowers are usually company employees or ex-employees who have access to the inner workings of that company. However, third parties, employees of competitor companies, contractors and other outsiders are also eligible to file a claim.
Our Wisconsin health care whistleblower attorneys represent clients working with all Wisconsin health care facilities, including Aurora Saint Luke’s Medical Center, University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics,
Froedtert Hospital and Medical College of Wisconsin, SSM Health Saint Mary’s Hospital Madison and Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare.
If you suspect your health care employer or other Wisconsin company of misconduct, we can help explain your rights as a whistleblower. Contact an experienced Judge Lang & Katers, LLC Wisconsin whistleblower lawyer today for a free, fully-confidential case consultation. – 414.777.0778
Wisconsin engineers, machinists, executives, mechanics, IT professionals and other defense contractor personnel continue to earn millions in cash awards each year for their inside information on defense contract violations under the federal False Claims Act.
Examples of Wisconsin defense contractor fraud that violate the False Claims Act include:
Proof of False Claims Act violations is not necessary to consider filing a claim. To qualify for the cash award, whistleblowers must be the first to report the original source, non-public information (information not available via the media, internet, public documents) and must be able to meet all deadlines and claims process requirements.
Our defense contractor whistleblower attorneys represent clients working with all Wisconsin defense contractors, including Oshkosh Defense, LLC, Johnson Controls, Inc., Wisconsin Physicians Service Insurance Corporation, Logistics Health, Inc. and Tower Industries, Inc. Contact a Judge Lang & Katers, LLC Wisconsin whistleblower lawyer today and learn how to secure your eligibility for a cash award. – 414.777.0778
Under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) whistleblower program, Wisconsin bankers, investors, brokers, accountants, finance experts and public company insiders who report original information on securities and commodities violations are eligible to collect whistleblower cash awards of between 15% and 30% of the total recovery gained from successful verdict or settlement.
Common examples of securities fraud reported by SEC whistleblowers include:
If you are aware of a potential SEC securities violation, the Wisconsin SEC whistleblower lawyers with Judge Lang & Katers, LLC can help you report the violation privately and claim your cash award. We represent clients working with financial firms across the state of Wisconsin. Call us today for a no-obligation, confidential consultation. 414.777.0778
Wisconsin whistleblowers are eligible to collect between 10% and 30% of the total government recovery resulting from a successful whistleblower claim. Under the federal False Claims Act and the SEC whistleblower program, the courts factor in several criteria when determining the exact amount of each whistleblower cash award, including:
Our unique strategy for maximizing Wisconsin whistleblower claims incorporates decades of legal insight and investigative acumen to prevail in even the most complex claims over the most powerful corporations.
We work with each client to make certain your whistleblower claim is strong from the moment you suspect corporate fraud. Speak with a Judge Lang & Katers, LLC Wisconsin whistleblower lawyer today and learn how we can help maximize your claim in a completely confidential, no-obligation case evaluation. – 414.777.0778
Reporting fraud against a multi-million dollar Wisconsin company can be daunting, yet federal and state whistleblower laws protect all Wisconsin residents from any employer who decides to retaliate against an employee for reporting misconduct. Under the federal False Claims Act, the Wisconsin Government Employee Protection Statute (Wis. Stat. § 230.80-88), and the Wisconsin Health Care Worker Protection Law (Wis. Stat. § 146.997), any employee who is fired, suspended, demoted, threatened, harassed or in any other way discriminated against for reporting misconduct is eligible to file a claim for damages.
Wisconsin whistleblowers who experience retaliation may be entitled to:
If your Wisconsin employer has retaliated against you for reporting misconduct or voicing concerns regarding possible fraud, you have rights under federal and Wisconsin state whistleblower laws. Our experienced Wisconsin whistleblower lawyers with Judge Lang & Katers, LLC utilize every applicable statute to help you recover damages and reclaim your future. Call today and learn how we can help. – 414.777.0778
Acting fast is key to safeguarding your whistleblower rights and maximizing your cash award. Statutes of limitations for Wisconsin employer retaliation claims may be as short as 30 to 60 days, and federal first-to-file bars allow only the first individual who reports an incident of misconduct to claim a cash whistleblower award. Time limits are always subject to change.
We urge you to contact a top rated Wisconsin whistleblower lawyer with Judge Lang & Katers, LLC the moment you suspect fraud or experience retaliation. Solidify your role as whistleblower today. Get started immediately with a free, confidential, no-obligation case consultation. – 414.777.0778