Whistleblower Actions Reward Companies and Individuals 9:50, May 5, 2017

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Date: May 2017

Whistleblowers consistently appear in compliance news for reporting wrongdoing to regulators like the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), reaping big rewards for their actions. For example, the FCPA Blog reports that the SEC has awarded about $153 million to 43 whistleblowers for reporting wrongdoing such as improper records under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act […]

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Discriminatory remarks by biased decision-makers can lead to lawsuits and subvert policy. They may also demand ethical decision-making in the form of a firm but fair response. For example, in late March of 2017 the United States District Court, District of Columbia ruled that an employer could be liable for two “explicitly discriminatory” remarks about […]

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The American Dental Association (Association) paid $1.95 million to resolve Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) charges that it fired two employees in retaliation for their complaints about violations of federal anti-discrimination laws. According to the EEOC, the Association fired its former chief legal counsel, Tamra Kempf, and its director of human resources after they complained […]

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