Brous Law partners with leading firms to deliver results-oriented, quality representation for your clients. With more than 20 years of experience and a record of success, you can rest assured that a referral will be treated with the highest standards of professionalism and care.
Brous Law offers compassionate and tenacious representation to empower and deliver justice for individuals – from whistleblowers who stand against illegal or unethical corporate conduct to employees subjected to harassment and discrimination to victims of serious injury from dangerous pharmaceuticals and medical devices.
Whistleblowers have been crucial in recovering billions of dollars of fraud for our government.
Companies who do business with the government must abide by federal and state laws and contract terms. In addition, companies that are publicly traded must abide by accounting rules and make truthful filings with the SEC. An insider is an employee or other person who has evidence of a violation that is not widely known to others outside of the company.
Under the False Claims Act, the whistleblower is entitled to a percentage of the recovery as a reward for coming forward with insider information. In addition, the whistleblower may be entitled to double the amount of his or her lost wages and other damages under the False Claims Act if he or she is retaliated against for blowing the whistle.
If an employer retaliates against the employee after voicing concerns about perceived unlawful conduct, the employee may have an individual whistleblowing claim for lost wages, emotional distress and punitive damages under federal and state law.
If you know about suspicious or unlawful activities and/or if you have been retaliated against after voicing concerns, contact Brous Law.
Having problems on the job or just leaving one, understand your rights as a worker
Whether you are having problems on the job or recently have been terminated, it is important to understand your rights as a worker. Both federal and state governments have enacted a wide range of employment laws protecting employees from discriminatory and harassing treatment based on protected categories like gender and race and ensuring that employees get their overtime compensation.
One look at this attorney’s successful career and you’ll know she’s the right choice.
Born Carrie Mulholland, she grew up in St. Louis, Missouri and went on to study journalism at the University of Missouri – Columbia and business at Sophia University in Tokyo, Japan. Carrie then returned to Mizzou and graduated with highest honors at the top of her law school class in 1996.
Carrie has twenty years of experience representing both plaintiffs and defendants. Although she represents plaintiffs now, Carrie excelled early in her career representing corporate defendants in the trial department of a large law firm in both Kansas City and St. Louis. Carrie’s defense experience has been extremely valuable in her representation of plaintiffs because she can see both sides of a case and anticipate defenses, which enhances her ability to advise her clients. In 2003, Carrie left her defense practice and founded Brous Horn. For 12 years this firm successfully represented employees and whistleblowers.
In 2015, Carrie founded Brous Law out of Prairie Village, KS where she remains committed to representing those seeking workplace justice and serving those who have been injured from drugs and medical devices. Carrie has an impressive case record of wins coupled with awards such as the individual “AV” rating by Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating available.
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