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  • Celebrating Whistleblowers – National Whistleblower DayJuly 30, 2019 - 8:00 am

    On this National Whistleblower Day, Halunen Law recognizes the tremendous contribution that whistleblowers make to our everyday lives— protecting our health, safety, and taxes. These contributions have been happening since the earliest days of the United States.  The Founding Father’s unanimously supported whistleblowers in both words and deeds, including providing government records and monetary assistance […]

  • Disgruntled Employees? You Bet. Whistleblowers in the United StatesJune 5, 2019 - 12:10 pm

    A few years back, a news article reported that a meeting of corporate defense attorneys had called out whistleblowers as primarily “disgruntled employees.” This remark reflects a too-common perspective that whistleblowers are a nuisance rather than a contributor to the well-being of our businesses and our government. Far from being a nuisance, whistleblowers are champions […]

  • definition of courage to honor whistleblowers-halunen lawOn National Whistleblower Day . . . Ode to WhistleblowersJuly 30, 2018 - 7:08 am

    Becoming a whistleblower is a process that is not invited or welcome. It confronts individuals with a reality they cannot ignore and calls them to take a stand in a place they would not choose. But for their sense of integrity, whistleblowers would prefer to remain among those who are silent. What makes whistleblowers take […]