Preparing for Trial, Infosys Whistleblower’s Lawyer Files Witness List

Don Tennant

Kenny Mendelsohn, the attorney representing Jay Palmer in his whistleblower lawsuit against Infosys, on Wednesday filed court documents that listed the witnesses he expects to present at trial, which is slated to begin in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Alabama late next month.

Here’s the list of witnesses, most of whom will be very familiar to those of you who have followed the case in my blog:

 Mendelsohn also provided the following list of witnesses that would be called if the need arises:

  • Department of Homeland Security Special Agent Ed Koranda and Department of State Special Agent Tim Forte, who led the U.S. government’s criminal investigation of Infosys.
  • Sheriff John Williams, Sheriff of Lowndes County, Alabama, who kept watch on Palmer’s home after he received death threats. (See “Feds Offer Protection to Infosys Whistleblower Following Death Threats.”)
  • Amanda Decker, an Infosys immigration contractor.
  • Daphne Green, an Infosys immigration contractor.

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