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Do's and Don'ts for Whistleblowers

Are you a type of person who, when there is injustice, corruption or abusing of other people will shut down and do nothing or you're going to take some action even knowing it could end up in court? If you raise your voice you need to be aware about the responsibility and consequences.

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Marc Aaron Goldbach attorney at Goldbach Law Group fights for the victim of retaliation as a result of whistleblowing. He can also be reached at (562) 696-0582/ (562) 216-8296.

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