The Washington Post reported on the experience of two clients of Kator, Parks, Weiser & Wright. Joscelyn Funnié and Deborah Shaw filed claims of whistleblower retaliation against the Social Security Administration’s inspector general’s office. As the Post reports, Ms. Shaw won a finding that she was subjected to illegal whistleblower retaliation, and Ms. Funnié settled her case with the agency. The Post’s reporting highlights the problems the can be faced by federal employees who report wrongdoing by managers at federal agencies.
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