Whistleblower Proponents Call for Top January 6 Panel Member to Be Removed

According to media reports, there are requests that the panel investigating the January 6 Capital riots remove the top staff official David B. Buckley. Two separate entities, Project on Government Oversight and Whistleblower Aid, have called for Mr. Buckley’s removal based on allegations that Mr. Buckley retaliated against a whistleblower in the C.I.A. There are…

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Henrichsen Law Group Featured In National Whistleblower Day 2021

Henrichsen Law Group is proud to be participating in National Whistleblower Day to celebrate the contribution of whistleblowers across the nation. Hosted annually by the National Whistleblower Center, this year’s celebration will be a free all-day virtual event on July 30th featuring a wide range of speeches from whistleblowers, policymakers, and advocates as well as…

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Federal Employee Wins at U.S. Supreme Court on Age Discrimination Claims

  April 6, 2020—The U.S. Supreme Court today found that federal employers have broader anti-discrimination requirements under the federal Age Discrimination in Employment Act (“ADEA”) than private sector employers.  Therefore, federal workers are entitled to broader protections in employment decisions as they must be “made free from any discrimination based on age.” Under the ADEA,…

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Whistleblowers and Employee Rights Under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act and Related Safety Measures

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act went into effect as of April 1, 2020. A company’s obligations to employees generally requires expanded Family Medical Leave for company’s employing fewer than 500. Employers may not discharge, discipline, or otherwise discriminate against any employee who takes expanded family and medical leave under the Families First Coronavirus Act.…

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