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Identifying a potential whistleblower claim (Advocate Article)
Published by Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles



Summary
How to determine whether a potential client may be able to assert claims under federal and state program.

Presenters
Steven Lipscomb
Steven Lipscomb is a partner at Engstrom, Lipscomb and Lack in Los Angeles specializing in complex business litigation, class-action cases, products liability, wrongful death and catastrophic personal injury cases. He represents clients in state and federal court and arbitration. Mr. Lipscomb may be reached at (310) 552-3800 or slipscomb@elllaw.com.
Ian Samson
Ian Samson is a partner at Engstrom, Lipscomb and Lack in Los Angeles specializing in whistleblower cases, complex litigation, and high-stakes wrongful death and catastrophic injury cases. He represents clients in state and federal court and arbitration. Mr. Samson may be reached at (310) 552-3800 or isamson@elllaw.com.
Eric Bell
Eric Bell is an attorney at Engstrom, Lipscomb and Lack in Los Angeles. His practice areas include: complex business litigation, labor and employment law, insurance bad faith, personal injury and wildfire litigation. Mr. Bell may be reached at (310) 552-3800 or ebell@elllaw.com.
Originally Published
February 1, 2016

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