Rules for Whistleblowers: A Handbook for Doing What’s Right has been described as “definitive and compulsively readable” and “an essential resource for potential whistleblowers, packed with practical advice.”
In this episode of the Whistleblower of the Week podcast, FBI whistleblower Jane Turner talks with the leading whistleblower attorney Stephen M. Kohn about the release of his book, Rules for Whistleblowers.
In this episode, learn how whistleblowers have saved lives, stopped frauds, protected their jobs, and earned million-dollar rewards for doing the right thing. Rules for Whistleblowers is Kohn’s seventh book on whistleblowing and is a fully updated and expanded revision of The Whistleblower’s Handbook, the first-ever comprehensive consumer guide to exposing workplace wrongdoing.
In the book, Kohn lays out thirty-five rules which highlight the “traps” facing whistleblowers today and address how to file anonymous cases and qualify for multi-million-dollar rewards. Kohn carefully explains complex rules governing laws including the Dodd-Frank, IRS, and False Claims Acts, as well as detailed strategies for fighting retaliation. He also covers controversial issues such as taping, removing documents, and ignoring nondisclosure agreements.
More information on Kohn’s book Rules for Whistleblowers, including how to order, is available here.