Some famous whistleblowers have made headlines in recent years, but there is not a lot known about what the typical whistleblower does. Edward Snowden or Linda Tripp are famous, or infamous, examples of well-known whistleblowers. But, the typical whistleblower is not in it for the money and does not get any fame. Instead, they are the kind of person who refuses to be a bystander, or worse, a participant, in fraud.
Blog Archive: June 2019
David Bulitt, a JGL shareholder and one of the DC area’s top divorce lawyers, sits down for the first in a series of interviews about mediation and its benefits, in light of the new practice area that we have recently launched Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR).
1. We are hearing a lot these days about mediation in legal disputes. Can you first tell us what exactly it is?
U.S. Supreme Court Rules Title VII Administrative Exhaustion Requirement Is Not A Jurisdictional Prerequisite
On Monday, the United States Supreme Court in Fort Bend County v. Lois M.