English v. General Electric 496 U.S. 72 (1990) Whistleblower case by Raleigh attorney M. Travis Payne

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English v. General Electric 496 U.S. 72 (1990)

Nuclear whistleblower case Attorney Payne successfully argued to the Supreme Court of the United States, obtaining a unanimous decision reversing lower courts' dismissal of the claim. This case made it possible for whistleblowers covered by federal whistleblower protections to seek compensation beyond what is allowed under federal laws.

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Travis Payne

Travis Payne represents employees, unions, and injured workers in Workers' Comp cases. He was lead counsel in ground breaking cases establishing or clarifying North Carolina law, and has argued before the United States Supreme Court. 

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