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Protecting those who help enforce the Dodd-Frank Act

People within all industries in California try to make as much money as possible and sometimes it is easier to do this if they do not follow the law. The laws are in place to make sure the system is fair for everyone and sometimes there are advantages to not playing by the rules. After the recession, they was great concern over what led to it and the government felt that there needed to be much greater oversight over the financial system. As a result there were major changes to the Dodd-Frank Act to protect consumers.

Protections for employees after filing False Claims Act claim

The government in California, whether at the state, county or city level has the responsibility of making sure a variety of projects are completed each year. They are also responsible for keeping various public buildings, parks and other operations up and running. For many of these tasks the government has employees to do them, but in many instances it makes more sense to hire a private company do certain projects or aspects of a project. These contracts can be very lucrative for the private companies.

Statute of limitations for a whistleblower retaliation claims

People are fired, demoted, do not receive promotions and have many other negative things happen to them at work. Many times it is because their work performance is not good enough or there is another employee who is more qualified, but this is not always the case. Some employers discriminate against employees because of their race, sex, age, disability, religion and other factors that are protected and have nothing to do with job performance. If employers fire employees because of this, the employee may have a wrongful termination claim against the employer.

Former state worker claims he was fired for role in investigation

Business and corporations in California generally try to make as much money as possible. This is true for both small businesses to major corporations. Generally it is done legitimately and legally, but sometimes these companies will break different rules in order to make even more money. Some people in government agencies do the same thing. It may be done differently, such as misusing various funding on personal activities, but people are still trying to make more money by breaking the rules.

Protections for those who expose illegal pharmaceutical kickbacks

People in California suffer from various illnesses and injuries. There are also many doctors, hospitals and clinics who treat the people with these various illnesses and injuries. These medical professionals also have many different options to use for medications, medical equipment and medical services. There are also many different pharmaceutical companies who can make a lot of money when doctors choose to use their medications, medical equipment and services.

Penalties for employers who retaliate against whistleblowers

There are many federal and state laws that govern what both individuals and companies in California can and cannot do. These laws have various purposes, but the general reason for these laws is to ensure that people are not harmed physically or financially. However, sometimes these laws make accomplishing certain goals of a company more time consuming or more expensive. This may lead employers to do certain things to break these laws or ask employees to do things which violate the laws.

Fired employee at utility regulator files whistleblower complaint

There are many types of professions and many different companies in California. While the type of work these various professions and companies perform, one thing they do have in common is that there are laws that they must follow. The laws can be tailored to specific profession or they could be general laws that govern all different industries. When these companies break these laws they can face penalties and it can be devastating for the business.

What is California's whistleblower law?

Whistleblowers face risk but have legal protections. California law encourages employees to notify the appropriate government agency where their employer is violating any federal, state or local law or regulation. California also prohibits whistleblower retaliation against these employees.

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