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Minnesota Whistleblower Law

Whistleblowers protected under common law “public policy” tort. 

Court Decisions:


  • MN Stat 181.931–181.937 (Minnesota Notice of Termination and Disclosure Protection)
  • MN Stat § 363A.15 (Minnesota Unfair Discrimination Practices)

Frequently Asked Questions

Does Minnesota have a False Claims Act (FCA)?

Yes. The Minnesota False Claims Act covers a variety of different frauds, though tax fraud is not included.

Does the Minnesota FCA have a whistleblower provision?

Yes. A whistleblower may receive an award of 15 to 25 percent of the collections in cases where the state intervenes and 25 to 30 percent in cases where there is no state intervention.

Does Minnesota recognize the public policy exception for wrongful termination?

Yes. In Minnesota, an employer may not terminate an employee for a reason that violates a clear mandate of public policy.

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