Courageousness and Retaliation

The courage it takes to do the right thing ought to be rewarded as much as possible — not punished.

If you believe that you’ve been the victim of a wrongful termination — call or contact Gillis & Bikofsky, P.C. in Newton, Massachusetts, or Cape Cod for a free consultation today.

Obtaining Fair Compensation for Victims of Wrongful Termination Since 1988

Employers like to have it both ways. On one hand, they encourage the people who work for them to report wrongdoing and have almost unlimited freedom to fire employees who violate company rules or policies. On the other, they discourage employees from reporting the company’s own misconduct and illegal activities by promptly firing any “whistleblower” who does.

The law calls that wrongful termination. To us, it’s just wrong.

Whistleblower laws enacted by both the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the federal government make it illegal for employers to retaliate against employees who disclose or threaten to disclose information, testify, or refuse to participate in any illegal conduct undertaken or encouraged by the employer.

How We Can Help

Our firm has a great deal of experience with employment claims in general, and with wrongful termination claims involving whistleblower or Qui Tam protections as well. Equally important to our clients is the fact that each attorney in our office has at least 20 years of experience — a fact that means clients can rest easy at night knowing their case is being handled by someone who has had success on behalf of previous whistleblower clients.

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For a free evaluation of your case, simply call us at 617.244.4300 or complete this form and submit it today.

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