General practice attorney Gerald Clarke of Clarke and Associates says he sees a lot of disgruntled workers coming into his office looking to sue their former employers. But the difficulty of bringing whistleblower cases in an at-will employment state like Pennsylvania means he has to turn many of them away.

“You have to explain to the individual, ‘You’re probably right. You probably weren’t treated fairly. But in the great majority of cases, that doesn’t mean anything,’” Clarke said.

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