Washington DC Whistleblower Lawyer
Protecting Whistleblowers’ Rights in DC and Maryland
If you are facing retaliation for whistleblowing, you deserve a strong representation by an experienced lawyer. The Law Firm of Michael L. Spekter, Esq. has spent the past 25 years representing federal and D.C. employees against retaliation such as wrongful termination, demotions and other adverse actions.
The Law Firm of Michael L. Spekter, Esq. has pioneered protection for federal and D.C. government whistleblowers through hard-fought litigation that has resulted in reported case law.
When employers feel threatened, they often turn to illegal actions. If you have been retaliated against for disclosing waste, fraud or mismanagement, you are entitled to damages, including back pay and attorneys’ fees and possibly getting your job back. Attorney Michael Spekter will put his expertise in this area of employment law to work for you.
25 Years of Experience Protecting Whistleblowers
Michael Spekter is recognized in the field of whistleblower litigation and has published works including “The New Whistleblower Protection Act: Fine Tuning Disclosure Protection”, published in the Federal Merit Systems Reporter. As a former lead litigation attorney with the Office of Special Counsel, he has successfully represented employees under the Federal Whistleblower Protection Act and the D.C. Whistleblower Protection Act.
Many times, going to court is the most effective way to obtain compensation for victims of retaliation against whistleblowers. However, Mr. Spekter recognizes that sometimes negotiation and settlement are in his clients best interests. He will work with you to determine which course of action best meets your needs.
If you think you have suffered unfair retaliation for whistleblowing in Washington, D.C. or Maryland, Attorney Michael Spekter will put his extensive experience to work for you and protect your rights. Please contact the firm online with a brief description of your concerns to find out how Michael Spekter can help you.