5 Tips For Building Bridges With Whistleblower Clients

By Erin Coe (March 20, 2013, 3:23 PM EDT) -- In response to new federal laws boosting protections and incentives for whistleblowers, more firms are looking to represent workers exposing false claims or financial fraud by their employers and other companies, but working with these unique clients — and keeping them committed through emotionally and financially draining cases that can stretch past the five-year mark — requires a special set of people skills, according to attorneys....

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