Can I Get Fired for Bringing a Health care Fraud Whistleblower Case?

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The whistleblower provision of the federal False Claims Act, as well as many state laws, has strong anti-retaliation rules in place to protect those who file or are considering filing, a qui tam lawsuit. The anti-retaliation rules impose serious punishments for demoting, firing, or otherwise retaliating against a whistleblower, including possible double back pay. 

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