Debra D’Agostino, founding partner of the Federal Practice Group, was recently featured on Federal News Radio, where she discussed the rights of whistleblowers in the intelligence community with host Tom Temin.
Ms. D’Agostino addressed the following topics in her interview:
- What constitutes a protected disclosure?
- How do agency executives sort out public-spirited whistleblowers from mean-spirited leakers?
- What rights do whistleblowers in the ultra-sensitive intelligence community have?
There has been a drastic increase in the amount of federal whistleblowing cases over the past five years and a sizable bipartisan increase in support for increasing the rights of whistleblowers, making this information particularly relevant and useful to both federal employees and attorneys. Visit Federal News Radio online to listen to the full interview.
As one of the nation’s leading law firms, the Federal Practice Group routinely handles whistleblower and federal employment cases. If you believe you have a case, we invite you to contact us to speak with an attorney. We can be reached at (202) 862-4360.