David v. Goliath: Firms respond to growth in whistle-blower cases

As attorney Michael Kanovitz talks with four other members of Loevy & Loevy's growing whistle-blower practice about what they do and why they do it, he comes to a realization.Sitting in a first-floor conference room with warehouse windows, exposed brick and a wood-rafter ceiling, Kanovitz — who would likely be sitting in a much different room if not for rejecting a career at a big firm — said he …

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