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Amicus Curiae Briefs

Stephen M. Kohn argues on behalf of his Amicus Curiae brief at the Department of Labor in Sylvester v. Parexel International.

Since the landmark 1985 Kansas Gas & Electric brief that helped to convince the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit to protect whistleblowers who report internally, the attorneys associated with the NWC have written and filed numerous Amicus Curiae briefs in precedent-setting cases around the country.

These "Friend of the Court" briefs are absolutely essential because they allow the NWC to use its over 100 years of combined legal experience representing whistleblowers to frame issues for the court and ensure that they follow the law to protect whistleblowers.

Below is a selection of court decisions and Amicus Curiae briefs submitted by attorneys associated with the NWC. Please contact us if you are an attorney in need of assistance or if you are interested in helping to write Amicus briefs to support whistleblowers nationwide.

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Lawson v. FMR LLC
Insinga v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue
Bala v. Port Authority Trans-Hudson Corporation
English v. General Electric Company
EEOC v. Waffle House
Vermont Agency of Natural Resources v. United States
Beck v. Belezza et al.
Lucas v. Duncan
Mann v. Heckler & Koch Defense
FAA v. Cooper
Stone v. Instrumentation Laboratory Company
Tides v. Boeing
Schroeder v. Greater New Orleans Federal Credit Union
Johnson v. Siemens
Sylvester v. Parexel International LLC
 
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  • Seminars  ( 6 items )

    The National Whistleblowers Center (NWC) works with worldwide leaders on the range of critical issues concerning employee whistleblowers. NWC has led workshops, community education programs and CLEs throughout the U.S. and internationally.

    NWC both sponsors its own seminars and works with other organizations to provide speakers and instructors for their educational programs. For more information, visit the Speakers Bureau.