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Clayton Wire

Clayton Wire

Ogborn Mihm, LLP
  • Business Law, Employment Law
  • California, Colorado
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Holding corporations, healthcare facilities, and the government responsible for illegal conduct that violates the social contract that we all rely on – this is what Clay Wire strives to do with every client he represents.

Clay is an advocate for those who engage in the selfless and difficult act of whistleblowing, and those who want to see fraudsters held accountable. The core of Clay’s practice is representing whistleblowers when they suffer retaliation or when they choose to report illegal conduct. He is committed to protecting clients and earning their trust through hard work and dedication. He engineers successful outcomes for clients in state, federal, and administrative trials and appeals.

Clay prides himself on successfully and strategically litigating and trying complex cases. As a result, he often represents professionals, such as doctors, nurses, in-house counsel, corporate executives, and accountants, when they blow-the-whistle on illegal conduct, are wrongfully terminated from their position, or are not paid what they are owed. Oftentimes, when a high level executive or professional decides to blow-the-whistle on illegal conduct, many complicated ethical, fiduciary, contractual, and regulatory issues arise. Clay and his team have in-depth experience in addressing such complicating and risky issues.

Clay is one of the few attorneys who has represented in-house General Counsel and Associate General Counsel who have suffered retaliation for reporting their employer’s illegal conduct. Such cases present a complex web of statutory, regulatory, and ethical issues. For example: How do the ethical rules limit or affect an in-house attorney’s ability to bring a claim? When and to whom may an in-house counsel report illegal conduct? What documents and information can an in-house attorney take to prove up her claim?

The University of Denver Sturm College of Law
J.D. (2009)
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Professional Experience
Ogborn Mihm, LLP
Articles & Publications
Whistleblower Protections for Employees of Government Contractors Under the NDAA
Medical Judgment May Be "False or Fraudulent" Under the False Claims Act: U.S. Ex Rel. Polukoff V. St. Mark's Hospital
Can Relators Take Advantage of Lengthened Statute of Limitations in False Claims Act Qui Tam Cases
Whistleblower Retaliation After Genberg V. Porter and Digital Reality V. Somers
Lawson V. FMR: Private Contractors of Public Companies Fall Within Sox Anti-Retaliation Provision
Court Enforces Arbitration Agreement in Dodd-Frank Act Retaliation Case
Free Webinar on July 28th to Celebrate Whistleblower Appreciation Day
Jury Awards Whistleblower Over $25 Million in Sarbanes-Oxley Retaliation Case
Spacex Cleared in $6 Million Whistleblower Lawsuit for Wrongful Termination in Violation of Public Policy
Supreme Court to Determine Scope of Protected Activity Under Dodd-Frank Act
Protections for Whistleblowers in Colorado
Commodity Futures Trading Commission Strengthens Whistleblower Program
False Claims Act Whistleblowers Protected Even Without a Successful Qui Tam Lawsuit
Bio-Rad Whistleblower Protected for "Reasonable" Incorrect Claim
Former Wells Fargo Employee Awarded $5.4 Million in Whistleblower Retaliation Lawsuit
Whistleblower Statutes Administered by OSHA
Dodd-Frank Act Whistleblower Bounty and Retaliation Claim Basics
Sarbanes-Oxley Act Whistleblower Protection Basics
Federal False Claims Act Basics
Successful Sexual Harassment Finding
Victory By EEOC is Example of Increase in Pregnancy Discrimination
New IRS Regulations Make Certain Damage Awards and Settlements Non-Taxable
Whistleblower's False Claims Act Lawsuit Results in $6.3 Million Settlement By Denver Health For Medicare and Medicaid Patient Misclassification
Fired for Facebook Posts: Social Media Postings May Constitute Protected "Concerted Activity"
EEOC to Do More with Less
Seventh Circuit Permits Whistleblower's RICO Claims Based on Sox Violation to Go Forward
Sexual Harassment in the News Again
Wal-Mart Gender Discrimination Class Action Isn't Finished
EEOC Files Discrimination Suit Against Bass Pro Shops
Professional Associations
State Bar of Colorado  # 41717
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State Bar of California
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
State Bar of California
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Colorado Supreme Court
ID Number: 41717
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Practice Areas
Business Law
Employment Law
Additional Practice Area
  • Whistleblower & Qui Tam
  • English: Spoken, Written
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Denver, CO 80203
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