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Whistleblower Spotlight and Interviews

This archive displays posts spotlighting particular whistleblowers, including whistleblower interviews. You may also be interested in the following pages:

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Following Whistleblower Testimony, FAA Administrator Vows to Investigate Boeing

Posted  12/11/19
Grounded Boeing 737 MAX aircraft at Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington
Ed Pierson, a former Boeing manager turned whistleblower, testified before Congress on Wednesday, December 11, 2019, that the Boeing plant where the company's 737 Max was produced was a "factory in chaos," with production issues that may have played a role in two crashes that killed a total of 346 people.  Pierson, who worked for Boeing from 2008 until his retirement in 2018, is represented by the whistleblower...

“Whistleblowers don’t come forward because it polls well; they come forward because, having done their own moral calculus, they simply don’t have a choice.”

Posted  11/6/19
By Leah Judge, Hallie Noecker
Headshots of Attorney Hallie Noecker and Leah Judge
Constantine Cannon whistleblower attorneys Leah Judge and Hallie Noecker discuss why President Trump's attempt to intimidate whistleblowers is failing--and will continue to fail – in Law360 (paywall).  Judge and Noecker posit that whistleblowers are cut from a different cloth. They value fairness over loyalty, and their consciences drive them to speak truth to power, even when doing so carries great personal...

Interview with George Washington University Professor Kyle Welch on his Corporate Whistleblowing Research

Posted  07/22/19
Headshot of Professor Kyle Welch
Whistleblower Insider had the chance to interview Professor Kyle Welch, who teaches accounting at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Professor Welch has focused his research on the effects of whistleblowers in corporate America, and has found that healthy whistleblowing systems tend to make companies more profitable, the subject of fewer lawsuits, and hit with fewer, and lower, fines. Professor Welch’s...

2018 Whistleblower of the Year Interview Part II — Siobhan O'Connor

Posted  03/27/19
smiling woman
Here is Part II of our interview with Whistleblower Insider’s 2018 Whistleblower of the Year Siobhan O’Connor. Siobhan O’Connor was a devout, lifelong Catholic when she landed her dream job as the executive assistant to Bishop Richard J. Malone of the Diocese of Buffalo. In her own words, she was “overjoyed” to be working for her “beloved Church.” But the job “went from a dream to a nightmare in about...

2018 Whistleblower Of The Year Interview Part I — Siobhan O’Connor

Posted  03/18/19
smiling woman
Here is Part I of our interview with Whistleblower Insider’s 2018 Whistleblower of the Year Siobhan O’Connor. Siobhan O’Connor was a devout, lifelong Catholic when she landed her dream job as the executive assistant to Bishop Richard J. Malone of the Diocese of Buffalo. In her own words, she was “overjoyed” to be working for her “beloved Church.” But the job “went from a dream to a nightmare in about...

Interview with 2017 Whistleblower of the Year Candidate Joel Clement -- Part II

Posted  02/5/18
By the C|C Whistleblower Lawyer Team Here is Part II of our interview with Interior Department whistleblower Joel Clement.  Mr. Clement is a former federal executive and public lands policy expert with a background in climate and energy. After publicly disclosing how climate change affects Alaska Native communities, Mr. Clement was reassigned to an accounting position for which he had no experience. Believing he was...

Interview with 2017 Whistleblower of the Year Candidate Joel Clement -- Part I

Posted  02/1/18
By the C|C Whistleblower Lawyer Team Here is Part I of our interview with Interior Department whistleblower Joel Clement.  Mr. Clement is a former federal executive and public lands policy expert with a background in climate and energy. After publicly disclosing how climate change affects Alaska Native communities, Mr. Clement was reassigned to an accounting position for which he had no experience. Believing he was...

Interview with 2016 Whistleblower of the Year LeeAnne Walters — Part II

Posted  05/22/17
By the C|C Whistleblower Lawyer Team Here is Part II of our interview with Whistleblower Insider’s 2016 Whistleblower of the Year winner — LeeAnne Walters.  After seeing her own children poisoned by the lead in Flint’s water, Walters decided she had to take a stand.  Since then, Ms. Walters has worked tirelessly to draw attention to the public-health crisis in Flint.  Here is how Ms. Walters details...

Interview with 2016 Whistleblower of the Year LeeAnne Walters -- Part I

Posted  05/15/17
By the C|C Whistleblower Lawyer Team Here is Part I of our interview with Whistleblower Insider’s 2016 Whistleblower of the Year winner — LeeAnne Walters.  After seeing her own children poisoned by the lead in Flint’s water, Walters decided she had to take a stand.  Since then, Ms. Walters has worked tirelessly to draw attention to the public-health crisis in Flint.  Here is how Ms. Walters details...

Interview with 2015 Whistleblower of the Year Craig Watts - Part II

Posted  03/16/16
By the C|C Whistleblower Lawyer Team Here is Part II of our interview with Whistleblower Insider’s 2015 Whistleblower of the Year winner-- Perdue chicken farmer Craig Watts.  After more than twenty years in the business, working on the farm his family has owned since the 1700s, Watts decided to speak out against what he saw as Perdue’s gross mistreatment of chickens.  He invited animal welfare group...
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