Rule 1: Use New Legal Weapons

Rule 1: Use New Legal Weapons

The Effectiveness of Whistleblowers

Reports on the Success of Whistleblower Programs

Use these new legal weapons to ensure you are protected

What is Qui Tam? (FAQs)

Can I qualify for a whistleblower reward? (FAQs)

How does an SEC Whistleblower file an anonymous reward claim? (FAQs)

How does a whistleblower file an anonymous reward claim with the CFTC? (FAQs)

Should I be an anonymous and confidential whistleblower? (FAQs)

Statutes and Regulations

Whistleblower Offices

Blog Posts



The table below tracks the total sanctions obtained from the U.S. government thanks to whistleblowers from 1985 to 2015, broken down in three-year blocks. As can be seen, the total collections have significantly increased almost every year, constituting a large majority of the recoveries.

The table below is a chart of how companies detect fraud.

In the table below it depicts who employee’s typically report to regarding misconduct or fraud.


Whistleblower Attorneys

Stephen M. Kohn – Founding Partner

Michael D. Kohn – Founding Partner

David K. Colapinto – Founding Partner

Mary Jane Wilmoth – Managing Partner

Todd Yoder – Associate Attorney

Kelsey Condon – Associate Attorney

Maraya Best – Associate Attorney

Siri Nelson – Legal Fellow



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