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South Carolina Whistleblower Law

Whistleblowers protected under common law “public policy” tort, but an adequate statutory remedy may preclude common law claim. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does South Carolina have a False Claims Act (FCA)?

South Carolina has a false claims statute that outlaws fraud against the state’s Medicaid program, but no official false claims act.

Does the South Carolina statute have a whistleblower provision?


Does South Carolina recognize the public policy exception for wrongful termination?

Yes. The state of South Carolina recognizes this exception, which prevents employers from firing employees if the reason for doing so violates a clear public policy.

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