Becoming a whistleblower can be a major decision. We understand how becoming a whistleblower can affect one’s job, career, relationships and future.
Brian and his team use their decades of experience to help potential whistleblowers understand the entire process and what they can expect. From possible retaliation claims to expected awards, we can help whistleblowers make an informed decision before they file a lawsuit.
As a former senior prosecutor, Brian has figured out what many other law firms have not – those lawyers that know how to engage Justice Department prosecutors have a much greater chance of success.
Why? State and federal prosecutors receive hundreds of qui tam lawsuits each year. Unfortunately, government resources are stretched thin and unless your case is properly investigated before filing, it can easily fall between the cracks and get declined.
Even after filing, we continue to assist our government partners so that our clients receive maximum awards and society gets the maximum benefit. Our approach helped the government last year land the largest civil recovery against a single defendant in the history of the United States government. That’s teamwork.
Even with the best teamwork and preparation, however, the government often declines to prosecute an otherwise great case. For most law firms – and their clients – that is the end of the case. Not with us. If there is a case, we have the teams ready to prosecute in the name of the government.
Fees… No discussion about our approach is complete without a discussion of fees. Whether the government takes a case or we privately prosecute it on the government’s behalf, we advance all legal fees and costs. We only get paid when you get paid.
Need more information? Please use our confidential contact form or contact whistleblower attorney Brian Mahany directly at or (414) 704-6731 (direct dial). All inquiries are protected by the attorney – client privilege and kept completely confidential.