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Lawmakers Press KBR On Gagging Whistleblowers

Washington D.C. – WEBWIRE

Kohn, Kohn and Colapinto’s landmark case, In re: Kellogg Brown & Root, Inc., et al., continues to make headlines as members of Congress are joining KKC’s battle aimed at halting the use of non-disclosures agreements to silence whistleblowers.  Members of Congress called on KBR CEO Stuart Bradie to come forward with information about the company’s non-disclosure practices on government contracting matters.   

The Washington Times and the Federal Times confirmed that top Senate and House Democrats sent a letter on Thursday pressing KBR over new documents that show that the company has tried to silence whistleblowers who wanted to report on bad practices and possible contract fraud occurring at KBR.  

According to KKC partner Michael Kohn, “KBR’s practice of silencing whistleblowers is wrong and needs to be exposed.  Its time federal contractor employees were able to tell the truth without being pressured to stay silent thought the use of non-disclosure agreements"  

Washington Times: KBR contractor probed by Senate, House over documents silencing whistleblowers

Federal Times: Lawmakers say KBR non-disclosure agreements stop whistle blowers

Washington Post: Lawsuit brings to light secrecy statements required by KBR


 Kellogg Brown & Root
 False Claims Act
 Government Contract Fraud
 Whistleblower Retailation
 non-disclosure agreements

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