Protecting Employees Against Retaliation After Whistleblowing
As an employee, the law encourages you to report illegal behavior by your employer — the law also protects you against retaliation by your employer. However, when you face potential negative consequences as a result of blowing the whistle on illegal activity in your workplace, you need an experienced lawyer who can help advocate for your rights in upholding the law. And Lawrence N. Lavigne is that kind of dedicated advocate.
With more than 30 years experience handling employment law matters, Lawrence N. Lavigne has represented employees in Union County and throughout the state, safeguarding their interests after they “blew the whistle” on illegal conduct and actions of their employers, supervisors or co-workers.
Skilled Representation For Whistleblower And CEPA Retaliation Issues
New Jersey whistleblower laws defined by the Conscientious Employee Protection Act (CEPA) encourage employees to report improper, illegal or unethical conduct detected on the job. These statutes also provide workers with significant protection against potential retaliation such as discipline, demotion or wrongful termination as a result of whistleblowing.
Other federal statutes that protect whistleblowers are the False Claims Act, which allows whistleblowers to file claims for past or present fraud against the federal government, and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, which protects publicly employed people who report illegal procedures in their workplaces.
Our lawyer will arm you with facts like these and any other available legal options that could put your crisis behind you. From start to finish of the process, you enjoy maximum availability to Mr. Lavigne‘s expertise and experience so that any sudden question or concern can be promptly addressed.
Get Legal Help Now
If your liberties and livelihood hinge on the outcome of a whistleblower complaint against you at your New Jersey workplace or government job, and retaliation against you causes you to fear for your career, you must act now to protect your rights.
The lawyer you should contact immediately — the experienced employment attorney who puts the law on your side — is Lawrence N. Lavigne, Esq., L.L.C., in Union. To schedule your free consultation, call 908-349-1066. Se habla español.