Blowing the whistle on a large corporation or government agency can amount to significant risks to the whistleblower. The results may involve long-lasting, pervasive retaliations. When it comes to whistleblower case security , attorneys can take several measures to protect their clients, enabling them to do the right thing. A few important steps will help to reduce their risk and keep them safe from retaliation.

At Jilio-Ryan Court Reporters, it is understood that privacy and security are two of the most important factors in whistleblower cases. As a third-party provider, it is up to court reporters to abide by all security and privacy protocols put in place by attorneys. Whistleblower case security is everyone’s responsibility in the office, and taking the appropriate measures will ensure that your client feels confident and secure when they testify.

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Author's Bio: 

Colleen Jilio-Ryan is the Owner of Jilio-Ryan, a Tustin based premiere law consulting firm. The firm along with its certified court reporters is dedicated to providing the highest quality deposition and litigation services to attorneys, insurance companies, and corporations. With her sincere efforts, Colleen is committed to meeting the highest standards of the legal industry, and is an industry leader when it comes to on-time court reporting and deposition scheduling.