Whistleblowers and maritime law

Maritime Law and Whistleblowers

Check out this joint blog article by BoatLaw’s Nick Neidzwski and Adam Pollock of Pollock Cohen LLP! In it, they detail the False Claims Act, whistleblowers, and some examples of fraud against the federal government in the maritime industry. Click the link below to read more. If you are aware of any maritime fraud, reach out to BoatLaw and Pollock Cohen to share your story.

Read the full story on Pollock Cohen website

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