When someone recognizes fraud and decides to become a whistleblower, it begins a daunting process. From figuring out if you have a solid claim to choosing a lawyer to protecting your privacy, these decisions could impact the success of your case.
On today’s Fraud in America, we interview Kate Scanlan, an experienced whistleblower lawyer to field some of the frequently asked questions from new whistleblowers.
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“Fraud in America” is produced by Jeb White, James King, Emma Bass, and Jacklyn DeMar; research by Kathleen Scanlan and Max Voldman; edited by Rachel Brooks; original music by Connor Kaos.
Fraud in America is a project of Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund, a 501(c)(3) organization. You can learn more about it at taf.org.