About Us - Whistleblower News Review

At Whistleblower News Review we search out and report stories about courageous people exposing corporate fraud that costs the U.S. taxpayers many billions of dollars and the focused efforts of the U.S. Department of Justice and other state and federal agencies that recover taxpayer money by working with these whistleblowers.

Our focus is on the False Claims Act and the many state False Claims Acts that mirror its structure and effect. We also look at the SEC and IRS versions of whistleblower efforts. What began in 2013 as a modest newsletter has grown into an important provider of whistleblower news and information and resources for people who are considering becoming a whistleblower.

We monitor social media, search online and offline outlets, and hear from insiders in government and private attorneys as well as whistleblowers themselves that want to expose fraudulent activities of their employers. We spotlight employer retaliation cases under the whistleblower protection provisions in the hope that by exposing and chronicling corporate retaliation against whistleblowers, there will be less of it.

Although many of the whistleblowers’ stories and cases are shocking and compelling we strive to diligently report both sides of any story so that companies innocent of any wrongdoing can be quickly and publicly exonerated. Corporations that have been cheating the taxpayers, we’re highlighting those stories too.

Our reporting centers around eight primary areas:

  • Government contract fraud
  • Retaliation against whistleblowers
  • Health Care fraud
  • Pharma fraud
  • Financial and Bank fraud
  • Mortgage fraud
  • SEC and IRS whistleblower news
  • Profiles of individual whistleblowers

At Whistleblower News Review we appreciate our readers, people who bring us potential stories, and of course our advertisers who enable us to continue our work. To connect with us: [hidden email] or you can find direct contact information for our editors, reporters, and staff on our Contact page.