July 27, 2017
Author David P. Warren draws on his extensive experience to bring readers the novel, “The Whistleblower Onslaught” (published by AuthorHouse), the story of an energy industry executive alleging he was fired for complaining of uncorrected conditions in coal mines which resulted in disaster and the perils resulting from the lawsuit that follows.
Scott Winslow is an experienced employment lawyer. He takes the case of a whistleblower, a career executive fired for who complaining about unsafe conditions in the company mines—conditions that killed one person and injured others. In pursuing the lawsuit, Scott faces an “onslaught” of attempts to derail the case, including, a corporate cover-up, blackmail and ultimately threats to his own family that test his resolve like never before.
“It is a story that is close to my heart because I have litigated and lived these cases for many years. I know the players – those who come forward in the face of adversity and those they are confronting with something that they will go to great lengths to keep secret,” Warren states.
Through “The Whistleblower Onslaught,” Warren wants readers to learn about law and challenges in the legal process and about the role of character in facing life’s toughest challenges. He also wants them to live the roller-coaster ride along with the characters in such situation.
“The Whistleblower Onslaught”
By David P. Warren
Hardcover | 6x9in | 344 pages | ISBN 9781524697167
Softcover | 6x9in | 344 pages | ISBN 9781524697150
E-Book | 344 pages | ISBN 9781524697143
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
David P. Warren is an experienced trial attorney, advocate and negotiator with many years of experience focusing on employment litigation. He has handled numerous…