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July 18, 2022 |

Bill has the ability to “think outside the box”

By: Carolina Whistleblower Attorneys

“Bill has the ability to ‘think outside the box’…which makes him extremely effective as an advocate for his clients.” 1 — Attorney who previously worked with Bill

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Carolina Whistleblowers Attorneys is a joint venture between the Bill Nettles Law Firm and the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin. Together, we have the experience, resources, and reach to help whistleblowers who want to try to stop fraud against the government anywhere in North Carolina, South Carolina, across the country, and even internationally.* We are led by former White House-appointed attorney Bill Nettles and his team. During his tenure as U.S. Attorney, Bill’s office brought South Carolina to one of the top four districts in the country for whistleblower recoveries.1

* The attorneys at the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin and the Bill Nettles Law Firm are only licensed in the states indicated. Representation in other jurisdictions is only allowed by their rules and may involve association with local counsel.

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