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SEC Reduces Whistleblower Bounty Based On Culpability And Delayed Reporting

On February 28, 2017, in an Order almost entirely devoid of detail, the SEC announced that a whistleblower will receive 20% of any monetary sanctions collected in an enforcement action commenced as a result of the whistleblower’s tip. The SEC is giving this “reduced” award while acknowledging that the whistleblower (1) was “culpable” in the … Continue Reading

Proskauer to Present at Whistleblower Conference in NY

On Monday, February 27, 2017, Proskauer Partner Steve Pearlman, co-head of the Firm’s Whistleblowing & Retaliation Group, will present on key considerations for crafting effective employment-related agreements, including separation and settlement agreements, at a program developed by Compliance Week and Financial Research Associates. This in-depth conversation will allow senior compliance, finance, and audit executives the … Continue Reading

Proskauer To Present On Whistleblower Developments At ABA Midwinter Meeting

On February 24, 2017 at 10:30 am, Proskauer Partner Connie Bertram will speak on “Whistleblower Provisions of Sarbanes Oxley” at the American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law’s Federal Labor Standards Legislation Committee Midwinter Meeting in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico.  Bertram is the head of Proskauer’s DC Labor & Employment practice, and co-head … Continue Reading

Proskauer Represents Employer Against Former Executive Found Liable for Snooping on Boss’s and Others’ Emails

A former employee of the upscale outdoor furniture designer and manufacturer Brown Jordan recently failed in his bid to pursue whistleblower retaliation claims against the company and also found himself liable for snooping on his boss’s (and other’s) emails. A three-judge panel of the Eleventh Circuit recently affirmed the District Court’s summary judgment for the employer … Continue Reading
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