In an Op-ed published yesterday by The Hill, top whistleblower lawyers Stephen M. Kohn and David K. Colapinto explain the specific laws that protect the confidentiality of intelligence community whistleblowers, specifically the Trump-Ukraine whistleblower.

Read the column; The Trump-Ukraine whistleblower has a statutory right to confidentiality: it’s the law, to learn what these laws are and how they protect the intelligence community whistleblower.

Kohn and Colapinto are founding partners of the whistleblower rights firm of Kohn, Kohn & Colapinto, LLP. They have practiced whistleblower law together for more than 30 years and co-founded the National Whistleblower Center in 1988. They also represented Linda Tripp in her whistleblower retaliation/Privacy Act case.

Additional Resources:

Can Federal Employees Blow the Whistle on the President?

Can Federal Employees “Blow the Whistle” Confidentially?