Fraud can occur in any aspect of commercial, organizational or governmental activity. Fortunately, there are not only legal remedies available for victims of fraud but also legal protections for those who witness and report it. During his 40-year career, attorney Steve Kardell of Whistleblower Law for Managers has successfully represented executives, managers and other whistleblowers through the process of reporting fraud, protecting them from retaliation and obtaining just compensation for wrongful actions against them. If you’ve encountered fraudulent activity at a private company, lending institution, charitable organization or government agency, turn to Steve Kardell for quality advice and assistance on your whistleblower claim.
Fraudulent conduct by banks, mortgage brokers, real estate agents, appraisers and others involved in the mortgage industry can visit serious economic harm on borrowers as well as on the financial markets at large. Examples of mortgage fraud are:
Steve Kardell has deep experience representing financial industry executives, managers and other officials in whistleblower cases. He will thoroughly analyze your situation and guide you through the process of reporting fraud while taking advantage of legal protections.
Fraud can be committed by multiple actors within the health care system, including hospitals, doctors, nursing homes and health care plans. Examples of such fraud are:
Steve Kardell is well-versed at identifying and analyzing the full extent of fraudulent schemes and at taking proper legal action in response.
Federal law imposes heavy restrictions and complex eligibility requirements on bringing foreign workers to the U.S. Employers and staffing companies sometimes circumvent or manipulate the legal process in a number of ways, such as:
Identifying and reporting immigration fraud can be problematic. Whistleblower Law for Managers can provide invaluable assistance for executives or managers who wish to report such activity and seek protection from retaliation
If you suspect fraud in your organization or are facing retaliation for reporting it, turn to attorney Steve Kardell at Whistleblower Law for Managers in Dallas for guidance on how to report it effectively while taking advantage of available legal protections. Schedule a confidential meeting by calling 214-306-8045 or contact the firm online.