International Whistleblower Attorney

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One of our attorneys will review your request and answer any questions. All communications are covered under strict attorney-client privilege and the work product privilege, and are confidential to the fullest extend of the law.

Although your communication with us is confidential and privileged, we are not your attorneys at this time. Should we mutually agree to enter a representation arrangement, we will enter into a formal written agreement with you setting forth the scope and terms of our legal representation. This is for the purpose of filing whistleblower claims under various US law, such as the Foreign Corrupt Practice At, Anti-Money Laundering Act, the SEC, IRS, and CFTC whistleblower program, among others; Kohn, Kohn & Colapinto is a law firm licensed to practice law in the US. Please read our full disclaimer in the footer below.

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you have information or evidence about a financial crime, company wrongdoing, an environmental offense or other act of misconduct or corruption, you may be eligible for whistleblower rights and monetary compensation. Read our FAQs to learn more about whistleblowing and compensation.

There is no uniform definition of a whistleblower. However, the definition commonly used includes someone whose loyalty is to the truth, becomes an informant to the government on corporate crimes, or seeks monetary rewards under various whistleblower programs.

Under specific U.S. laws, both citizens and foreign nationals can qualify for financial rewards as whistleblowers if they disclose violations that result in the U.S. obtaining sanctions from the wrongdoer.

Blowing the whistle is serious business. Your job, reputation, and career may be on the line. Your first priority should be to find a whistleblower lawyer, because not all whistleblower disclosures are lawful or protected. Moreover, many whistleblower laws permit you to obtain a financial reward.

Whistleblowing has proven to be the single most effective tool in the detection of waste, fraud, and abuse in the public and private sectors. Public statements by responsible law enforcement officials, regulators, Congressional leaders, and independent experts confirm its effectiveness.

The best way to prevent retaliation is for your company not to know who you are. If they do not know who the whistleblower is, it is hard to retaliate. The most effective strategy is to be an anonymous and confidential whistleblower.

We represent most whistleblowers on a “contingency” basis. The process is very straight0-forward and simple. Whistleblowers are not charged an hourly fee. Instead, we agree to represent whistleblowers in exchange for obtaining a percentage of a final recovery. In these cases, our clients are not required to pay any upfront attorney’s fees and owe us nothing if we are unable to obtain a recovery or award on their behalf.

The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) is a U.S. law that prohibits the payment of anything of value to foreign government officials in order to obtain a business advantage. The FCPA also requires publicly traded corporations to make and keep accurate books and records.

The Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission have enforcement authority over the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), the world’s most important and successful safeguard against corruption. As an activity regulated by the CFTC, commodities-related foreign corruption now falls within the gambit of violations for which a whistleblower may be eligible for an award should their tip lead to a successful enforcement action. Since the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act was signed into law, the United States has collected over $7.2 billion through FCPA violations.