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Brian Knowles

Member, Advisory Committee

Brian is a US attorney and a solicitor in England, Wales and Ireland. His background in international studies and human rights fosters a keen awareness of trends in consumer protection and individual rights. He protects his clients from abuses by powerful and influential interests, multinational corporations and government entities. His law firm has recovered millions of dollars in redress.

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Robert Turkewitz

Member, Advisory Committee

Robert is an attorney with more than 35 years of experience in complex civil litigation and class actions. He has represented whistleblowers in Medicare fraud, procurement fraud and pollution cases, and people injured by asbestos, benzene and defective products. He served in the Navy Judge Advocate General's (JAG) Corps, and was a Special Assistant to the US Attorney in South Carolina.

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Mark Worth

Lead Investigator


Mark has been assisting whistleblowers and investigating corruption cases for more than 30 years. He is the founder of Whistleblowing International and the European Center for Whistleblower Rights. He is a member of the UN Expert Group on Whistleblowing and has advised many activists, journalists and policy-makers on whistleblower practice. He is an award-winning investigative journalist and publisher.

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Tom Devine

Member, Advisory Committee

Tom is among the world's most experienced and longest-serving whistleblower attorneys and activists.
He is the legal director of the Government Accountability Project in Washington, DC. Since 1977 he has assisted more than 7,000 whistleblowers, and helped pass or defend 34 whistleblower laws in the US and internationally. He was inducted into the Freedom of Information Hall of Fame.

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