Tag results for 'whistleblowing'
Whether a practice or policy gives rise to whistleblower risk depends on the court that will rule on a claim and the priorities of the presidential administration. Recent developments illustrate the importance of these considerations, with federal appellate courts diverging on their approaches to the adverse-action and causation elements of a whistleblower claim and the Securities and Exchange Commission returning to aggressive enforcement of prohibitions on restricting employees’ ability to report legal violations to regulators. This article discusses these concerns and what multinationals can do to address them.
Released on Oct 7, 2022
Turkish law presents several issues to consider when designing and executing internal investigations, differing from European Union or United States law in some key areas.
Released on Sep 2, 2022
The article provides an overview of the latest changes and law-enforcement practice in combating corruption in Ukraine.
Released on Oct 29, 2021