Through an internal DOJ memo, seven principles have been shared in an effort to help attorneys gain a universal understanding of when whistleblower cases should be dismissed. JGL principal Brian Markovitz shares with the Bloomberg BNA Magazine his belief that these guidelines leave whistleblower lawsuits open to dismissal by the DOJ because of personal political considerations, either from federal prosecutors assigned to a particular case within a U.S. attorney’s office, or from higher up in the DOJ and presidential administration.
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In his practice, Markovitz serves clients from a variety of industries including government, construction, healthcare, and many more. His clients trust him to help them during their most desperate times, and they appreciate his dedication to correcting injustices that have a tremendous impact on their lives. Markovitz brings an individualized and holistic approach to every case, taking into account each client’s distinct needs and goals in resolving the dispute. His goal isn’t just to win the case – it’s also about helping each client in every way he can.