Whistleblower Protection Lawyers in Portland
Our Oregon Whistleblower Attorneys Stand With You
When a company is breaking the law or treating its customers poorly, someone within the company should stand up for what is right. These people are usually called whistleblowers. If you have reported a business for wrongdoing or are planning on reporting one, you deserve to have an attorney who will stand up for you. At the Bullman Law Firm, we provide legal services to individuals and can help you.
Whistleblowing is the right thing to do, but it can be risky. It is very important to have a lawyer in your corner to protect your interests and explain the process to you. We will take the time to listen to your concerns and answer all your questions.
Call us at (503) 987-5000 for your free initial case review.
Whistleblower Representation in Oregon
Many types of actions can cause a person to be considered a whistleblower, including:
- Reporting a violation of state or federal laws.
- Reporting violations of a company’s own rules.
- Refusing to participate in wrongdoing.
- We are familiar with the laws that protect whistleblowers from employer retaliation. We will fight in and out of the courtroom to protect your rights.
We Have Extensive Trial Experience
As a part of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers recognized by the National Trial Lawyers organization, we have experience successfully winning and appealing cases in court.
We Give Back to the Community
It's important to us that we do our part, contribute however we can, and connect with fellow members of the Portland community.
We Go Beyond the Courtroom
Not only do we fight hard in the courtroom, but we also bring cases to advocacy groups and statehouses to make contributions to systemic change.
We Only Represent Employees
We are willing to take on large corporations and the government in the interest of fighting for our clients and seeking justice in the workplace.
Our attorneys are empathetic to workers who are bullied and intimidated by their employers. Let us help you seek justice if you have been wronged in the workplace.