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Blog Posts in March, 2017

  • Serious Mistakes You Must Avoid in Your Whistleblower Case

    Federal employees often find themselves directly or indirectly managing sensitive information, documentation, or funding. When something goes awry or another government agent knowing misuses, exposes, or destroys such information, it is the duty of every other employee to let that misconduct be known. This is known as becoming a whistleblower, or starting a federal whistleblower case , and will ...
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  • What is a Congressional Conduct Investigation?

    Congress has immense legislative powers and thorough control over how politicians and federal government employees behave professionally. Although there is nothing within the Constitution of the United States that explicitly gives Congress the ability to investigate potential wrongdoings, it possesses this ability all the same due to its inherent purpose. When Congress decides to look into ...
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