“Paula Dinerstein of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, who served as lead attorney on the case, said the proceedings also demonstrate the “extremes a federal agency will pursue to remove a whistleblower” and the “enormous amount of persistence it can take for whistleblowers to obtain justice,” noting that the litigation spanned nearly eight years. “It should not require the stamina of a marathoner for civil servants to obtain justice — but unfortunately it often does” said Dinerstein in an email. “>Read more . . .