Whistleblower Revolution Podcast™️

S2 Episode 6: Empathy, The Best Legal Strategy with Brian Markovitz

May 31, 2020 Heidi Weber/Brian Markovitz Season 2 Episode 6
Whistleblower Revolution Podcast™️
S2 Episode 6: Empathy, The Best Legal Strategy with Brian Markovitz
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Whistleblower Revolution Podcast™️
S2 Episode 6: Empathy, The Best Legal Strategy with Brian Markovitz
May 31, 2020 Season 2 Episode 6
Heidi Weber/Brian Markovitz

Brian Markovitz is a principal at Joseph, Greenwald, and Laake PA, in the firm's Labor and Employment and Civil Litigation practice group who focuses primarily on helping victims who have suffered severe injustice in the workplace. He represents individuals throughout Maryland, the Washington D.C. area and across the country in complex employment litigation and appellate matters involving wrongful termination, retaliation by employers in response to reporting fraud or misconduct and discrimination on the basis of race, gender, age and sexual orientation. 

In this episode, I got a chance to interview him and discuss some basics of whistleblowing, and why he chose this area of the law. We learn how close he came to another artistic career.......and how fortunate we are that he didn't.

Brian is nationally recognized as a leading practitioner in the representation of whistleblowers, and he has unique ability to hold companies and individuals accountable for engaging in massive fraudulent schemes and retaliating against clients who have the courage to blow the whistle. Popular news sources such as The Washington Post, Baltimore Sun, Bloomberg BNA, and The Wall Street Journal often ask Brian to provide commentary on high-profile whistleblower cases litigated throughout the country. 

Support the show (https://www.PayPal.Me/whistleblowerpodcast)

Show Notes

Brian Markovitz is a principal at Joseph, Greenwald, and Laake PA, in the firm's Labor and Employment and Civil Litigation practice group who focuses primarily on helping victims who have suffered severe injustice in the workplace. He represents individuals throughout Maryland, the Washington D.C. area and across the country in complex employment litigation and appellate matters involving wrongful termination, retaliation by employers in response to reporting fraud or misconduct and discrimination on the basis of race, gender, age and sexual orientation. 

In this episode, I got a chance to interview him and discuss some basics of whistleblowing, and why he chose this area of the law. We learn how close he came to another artistic career.......and how fortunate we are that he didn't.

Brian is nationally recognized as a leading practitioner in the representation of whistleblowers, and he has unique ability to hold companies and individuals accountable for engaging in massive fraudulent schemes and retaliating against clients who have the courage to blow the whistle. Popular news sources such as The Washington Post, Baltimore Sun, Bloomberg BNA, and The Wall Street Journal often ask Brian to provide commentary on high-profile whistleblower cases litigated throughout the country. 

Support the show (https://www.PayPal.Me/whistleblowerpodcast)