Our passionate team of attorneys and investigators are committed to helping whistleblowers make their voices heard, and fight to earn them the justice and reward they deserve. Our team brings over 30 years of experience to the table and has successfully recovered over $8 billion for our government in the pursuit of justice for our clients. 

We know that blowing the whistle on unethical behavior through the legal process can be intimidating, but if you have a good case, devoted attorneys are here to represent your best interests, protect your rights, and guide you through every step of the process. Call today to learn more: (800) 689-8552.


The term “whistleblower” can be traced back to the Middle Ages when the first qui tam provision appeared. Many Americans, however, still find the word ambiguous. We’re here to set the record straight: Whistleblowers bravely seize an opportunity to positively impact the lives of others by exposing an act of fraud, illegal wrongdoing, or unethical conduct within a company

Even if your perception of the word “whistleblower” was negatively influenced at some point in the past, it’s critical to understand that whistleblowers are not villains; they’re heroes. They play an integral role in maintaining transparency, integrity, and effectiveness of our government programs, and thus impact a wide range of industries in our country. 

Although the prevalent “corporate culture” in modern-day America may prefer for you to see things differently, our team strongly believes in the importance of holding policymakers accountable and ensuring justice is served. As a whistleblower, you can join us in being part of the solution.


There are a variety of frauds that can qualify a person to initiate a whistleblower legal action. In recent years, officials have increasingly relied on whistleblowers to ensure justice is served, and the American people are protected under the law. At Whistleblowers International, we investigate many types of fraud where government money has been defrauded, including:

  • COVID-19
  • Cryptocurrency.
  • Cybersecurity. This involves a company failing to comply with cybersecurity requirements it may be obligated to follow under a government contract it has. 
  • Defense Contractor Military Fraud.
  • Derivatives and Commodity Futures.
  • Education. Fraudulent activity that occurs when a school or university violates the mandates in the Higher Education Act (HEA) to increase profits, such as enrolling unqualified students, paying kickbacks to recruiters, or defrauding the government of money in other ways. 
  • Environmental.
  • Financial. This involves the violation of federal securities or commodities laws, or other financial laws enforced by the SEC, CFTC or FinCen. 
  • Fraud Against the Government. This entails illegal acts that lead to government money being lost as a result of fraud.
  • Healthcare. This fraud can be committed by health professionals and patients alike. It involves intentionally deceiving or manipulating the healthcare system, such as billing a patient twice for the same service or visit, prescribing unnecessary services, and any other act involving a large-scale defrauding of government healthcare programs.  
  • Money Laundering. A fraud in which the fraudsters conceals the origin of illegally obtained money, such as drug trafficking.  
  • Natural Resources. When leasing land to drill or mine, scammers take advantage of the leasing agreement to unlawfully increase their profits or misrepresent the amount of oil, gas, or other natural resources.  
  • Pharmaceutical.
  • Political Corruption. if the involving the theft of taxpayer money or for non-US politicians, the accepting of bribes by US companies seeking government contracts.
  • Private Insurance.
  • Procurement Fraud in Government Contracts
  • Tax Fraud

As you can see, there is a wide range of fraudulent activity. These acts of misconduct and unethical behavior have the potential to impact many industries that often have a direct influence in our lives, health, and wellbeing. That’s why Whistleblowers International is devoted to helping people like you use their voices for the greater good and expose corruption within American companies and government programs.

If you believe you may have witnessed an act of misconduct, fraud, or other illicit activity that involves losses of at least a million dollars to the federal or state governments or involves big violations of laws, we’re here to help you take the next step. Don’t sit idly by while the “big guys” push you around. Report unlawful activity to protect yourself, your loved ones, and your fellow Americans. Our highly skilled attorneys and investigators are here to stand by you through every step of the process, and can help advocate for the justice and reward you deserve.

Do your part to prevent companies and corporations from profiting off of honest people. If you suspect an act of misconduct, call (800) 689-8552 or contact us online to request your case evaluation from one of our experienced attorneys.     

Contact Us Today

The information submitted will be submitted to the law firm of Piacentile, Stefanowski & Associates LLP d/b/a Whistleblowers International. This communication does not create an attorney-client relationship and is submitted only for the purpose of evaluating your claim to see if this is something we are able to help you with. By contacting us, you certify that you are a potential client making a bona fide inquiry about obtaining legal services to address a potential whistleblowing legal claim. Past results do not guarantee future outcomes. While this submission does not create an attorney-client relationship, all information submitted will be kept strictly confidential per legal ethics rules since this information is submitted in contemplation of a potential attorney-client relationship. No attorney-client relationship is formed until it is determined after evaluation with you that this is something we can take on and a retainer agreement is signed by you and the law firm of Piacentile, Stefanowski & Malherbe LLP d/b/a Whistleblowers International. Please also understand that by submitting your information, there is no guarantee that we will contact you in response, as at any given time, there are only a limited number of claims we are able to take on and pursue. If we do not contact you within 3-business days of your submission, please reach out to another whistleblower law firm if you are interested in pursuing your matter.

Our Areas of Practice


Securities / Derivatives Fraud

Fraud Against the Government

Tax Fraud

Cryptocurrencies Fraud

Defense Contractor Fraud

Money Laundering

Foreign Corrupt Practices Act


Copyright © 2024All Rights Reserved.





Please do not send us unsolicited mail. Inquiries should be made via submitting a contact form or by calling. Thank You.

The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation.
We do not accept cases in all jurisdictions. No representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship. While we will treat any information provided as privileged and confidential, you should understand that when you provide information about a potential case to us, we do not become your attorneys. We do not represent you until we have agreed to do so and a retainer has been signed by both of us. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship. This website may be considered attorney advertising in some states.

© 2024 All Rights Reserved.