GSA and Supply Fraud Lawyers
Put a Stop to GSA and Supply Fraud
You can put a stop to GSA and supply fraud by making a whistleblower claim. If your employer has engaged in conduct that is fraudulent toward the GSA (U.S. General Services Administration), and you take the proper course of action by filing a whistleblower or qui tam action, you may be entitled to a reward. However, it is very important to discuss your specific claim with an attorney, who can make sure your rights are upheld, including protection against unlawful retaliation such as harassment or termination by your respective employer.
At Dimond Kaplan & Rothstein, P.A., our experienced GSA and supply fraud attorneys have handled many qui tam actions and whistleblower claims over the years. Our firm will work hard to protect your rights and your reputation if you choose to go forward with your whistleblower claim.
Representing clients nationwide, we have offices in New York, Los Angeles, Miami and West Palm Beach. For more information about how to GSA fraud and other whistleblower action-related questions, contact us today to schedule a free consultation.
Fraud Involving the GSA
The GSA is a federal agency that oversees the businesses of the U.S. government. Some of the areas this involves include real estate, buildings, supplies and construction. This is often fulfilled through private contractors. The most common type of GSA fraud is when a private contractor engages in fraud through misrepresentation, failure to fulfill the terms of a contract, defective pricing or product substitution. In addition, many of these contracts are regulated under the U.S. Trade Agreements Acts.
If you believe your employer is defrauding the GSA, you can make a whistleblower claim or qui tam action. Seek our experienced legal representation to learn more about the process and how we can help you.
Protect Your Rights and Contact Us Today
If you believe you may have a whistleblower or qui tam case related to GSA and supply fraud, contact the fraud lawyers at our law firm at 888-578-6255. We represent whistleblowers throughout Florida, Los Angeles, New York and nationwide.