Florida Whistleblower Employment Attorney
By legal definition “Whistle blowing” generally refers to an employee engaging in “blowing the whistle” on some type of illegal activity. Examples include:
- Objecting, or
- Protesting illegal activities in the workplace
It may be unlawful for an employer to discharge an employee because that employee has:
- Reported or objected to alleged illegalities by the employer.
- Provided information to a government agency conducting an investigation.
- Inquired into alleged illegalities by the employer.
Some of the common whistleblower laws are:
- Florida Whistleblower Act
- Florida Public Sector Whistleblower Act
- Federal Whistleblower Act
If you feel you’ve been retaliated against due to whistleblowing, please call our Florida whistleblower employment attorney at 954-617-6017 or use the contact form to contact Rob Norell for a free consultation regarding your rights.