High-profile whistleblower attorney Stephen Kohn, a partner with Kohn, Kohn & Colapinto, in Washington, D.C., who has been practicing whistleblower law exclusively since 1984, says there is no “cookie-cutter” whistleblower case. He describes whistleblower practice as an “emergency room of law” and says that even a tiny mistake can have a catastrophic impact. “The whistleblower often comes to us in pretty bad shape. He’s at risk to be killed [in his profession]. It’s our job to get those bandages on, get him back to health and have him walk out in good condition.”

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