With the new administration comes a new era for whistleblowing. High-risk whistleblower complaints implicating Dodd-Frank, Sarbanes-Oxley and similar state whistleblower retaliation statutes continue to rise. These complaints often rise to the highest levels of a company’s legal and compliance functions, as they present significant financial and reputational risks. Proskauer’s Lloyd Chinn and Harris Mufson recently conducted a webinar examining the status of whistleblowing in the first hundred days of the Trump Administration including topics such as: scrutiny of confidentiality and waiver provisions under President Trump’s administration – focusing on the SEC and the CFTC (including its new regulations announced on May 22); bounties from the SEC and CFTC; Justice Gorsuch on the Supreme Court; and the legislative status of the Dodd-Frank whistleblower provisions. Please click here to view a recording of the webinar.
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