When Dr. Mark Troxler sued the clinic where he worked for fraud on behalf of the United States, it's doubtful his lawyers anticipated the speed at which his claims would be dismissed.
When the case got to the doorstep of the district court, defendants filed the legal world's equivalent of a "yeah, so?": 12(b)(6). Upon appeal, here's what the Circuit Court had to say: "I second that motion!" Who knew that whistleblowing would be so thankless?