Florida’s Whistle­blower’s Act

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A “whistleblower” is anyone who reports wrongdoing by a person or an organization. Unfortunately, individuals who go against a culture of fraud or wrongdoing may leave themselves open to retaliation up to and including termination of their employment. Under Florida’s Whistleblower’s Act (112.3187­112.31895 FS) a person has 60 days to file a claim.

Law Offices of Charles Eiss provides qualified representation for employees who claim protections under Florida whistleblower law in the State of Florida.

(Source: http://www.leg.state.fl.us/Statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&Search_String=&URL=0100­0199/0112/Sections/0112.3187.html; http://www.whistleblowerlaws.com/false­claims­act/florida­false­claims­act/)