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If you have information about unethical and illegal activities such as government program fraud, securities fraud, tax fraud or financial fraud, it is possible to take action and set the record straight.

The attorneys at the Whistleblower Law Collaborative specialize in providing whistleblower “qui tam” and False Claims Act representation to clients nationwide.

Call the firm at 617-366-2800 or toll free at 888-676-7420, or complete a case review request, to arrange a free initial consultation.

Convenient Back Bay location

The Whistleblower Law Collaborative office is minutes from the John Joseph Moakley United States Courthouse. It is also near Back Bay/Orange Line or the Arlington/Green Line MBTA train stations, and easily accessible to the Logan Airport.

Free initial consultation

An experienced lawyer will discuss the basic details of your case during an initial phone interview.  Often, it takes more than one conversation to thoroughly examine and evaluate a case.

Contingency arrangements

Most cases are taken on a contingency basis, which means we do not get paid until you do.

Whistleblower Law Collaborative
20 Park Plaza, Suite 438
Boston, MA 02116-4322 [map]

617-366-2800 (local phone)
888-676-7420 (toll free)

to arrange a free initial consultation.

Click here for map and directions.



Confidential Case Review Request


Please provide your name, phone number, and email address so we may contact you after reviewing your entry. Your confidentiality is a top priority for us.




Telephone number


email address (required)


Who is committing the fraud?


Please Describe the Fraud


What is your relationship with the entity committing the fraud?


What federal or state government funded program is the victim of the fraud


Do you have personal and non-public information regarding the fraud? YesNo


Do you have any evidence, documents, or witnesses to corroborate your allegations? YesNo


Please upload any documents you would like us to review


How large is the fraud?


What is the impact on public safety or patient care?


Is the conduct intentional fraud or negligence? IntentionalNegligenceOther


Did you have personal involvement in the fraud?YesNo


Does the entity committing fraud have sufficient assets and ability to repay the stolen money?YesNo


Do you believe the government already knows of this fraud? YesNo


Have you tried to report this information previously either internally or externally? YesNo


Have you faced retaliation for reporting this information, or are you concerned that you might if your employer learns of your whistleblowing? faced retaliationconcerned about retaliation


By providing you these materials and by reviewing the information you send, The Whistleblower Law Collaborative has not agreed to represent you nor have you agreed to the Whistleblower Law Collaborative. If we agree to accept a case, we will enter into a mutually agreeable written engagement agreement.


Filing and prosecuting a Whistleblower case takes a considerable investment of our time, money, and energy. Therefore, we only accept cases after conducting a thorough review. While we review your case, you are free to discuss a potential case with other counsel. Other law firms may view the merits and timeline of a case differently than we do.


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at any time about the status of our review of your potential case.



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