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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Don’t Discount Repeat Whistleblowers

By RACHEL LOUISE ENSIGN

The Securities and Exchange Commission recently banned a would-be whistleblower over annoying filings—but companies probably shouldn’t follow the agency’s lead.

Although the SEC barred the anonymous would-be tipster for submitting 196 bogus applications for whistleblower awards, its chairman Mary Jo White recently emphasized that employees who repeatedly raised concerns internally need to be taken seriously.

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Thursday, June 5, 2014

Corruption Currents: From Wal-Mart Departures to Uncertainty Warnings

By SAMUEL RUBENFELD

…A client alert from Navex Global explains the expanded reach of the FCPA in the wake of the Esquenazi ruling…

Read the full article here.

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Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Minimizing the Risk of Whistle-Blower Lawsuits

How to make employees comfortable reporting misconduct internally and protect them from retaliation.

By Dori Meinert

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) last fall awarded $14 million to an anonymous whistle-blower, the largest such award so far in that agency’s 3-year-old program aimed at fighting financial fraud.

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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Beware of Bizarre and Far-Fetched Whistleblower Claims

By Jaclyn Jaeger

Imagine this: You're a compliance officer who receives a complaint on a whistleblower hotline from an employee alleging that a supervisor is sexually harassing a female co-worker. But along with that allegation, the employee also accuses the supervisor of breaking into his home and moving furniture around, poisoning the food in his refrigerator, and sending helicopters to hover around his house to spy on him.

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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Reading Between the Whistleblower Headlines

By Shanti Atkins

Whistle-blowing has become a highly charged term, stirring up emotive rhetoric ranging from “ethical hero” to “treasonous traitor” with very little substantive evaluation of the real impact on the corporation and the broader communities around it.

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Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Is Being Chief Compliance Officer Women's Work?

By Marlisse Silver Sweeney

Is the rise of women in compliance officer positions a welcome development? In a recent article in Quartz, Shanti Atkins explores whether the fact that 60 percent of compliance officers are women may actually be a bad thing for female leadership.

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