During this 75-minute webinar, you will learn the latest developments in whistleblower retaliation claims, and how to develop a culture of compliance. Our expert panel will cover;
- Recent significant whistleblower retaliation cases
- Important whistleblower trends that in-house lawyers should be watching
- What you need to know about preventing, investigating, defending, and settling whistleblower claims
- How to stay ahead of the curve with respect to policies, practices, and the law
- Practical tips for representing your client during the investigation
Plus, by the end of this practical session, you will know more about:
- The potential roles of OSHA, unions, and plaintiff attorneys during an investigation
- Crucial information on the SEC and CFTC whistleblower reward programs
- A review of Sarbanes-Oxley and Dodd-Frank Acts whistleblower provisions
- Trends in OSHA enforcement of whistleblower protection law
- Answers to your specific whistleblower questions
Product ID: 2933
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Attorney at Law, Motley Rice LLC
With more than 20 years of complex litigation experience, Rebecca Katz has an extensive background in both qui tam and SEC whistleblower cases. As a former senior counsel for the SEC's Enforcement Division, Rebecca now represents individuals in SEC whistleblower litigation, as well as institutional investors in securities fraud class and individual actions. She is the managing member of the firm's New York office and leads its SEC whistleblower practice.
Philip M. Berkowitz
U.S. Practice Co-Chair, International Employment Law Practice Group Shareholder, Littler Mendelson P.C
Philip M. Berkowitz is the U. S. practice co-chair of Littler's International Employment Law Practice Group. He advises multinational and domestic companies in a wide range of industries on employment-related matters. He has significant experience advising multinational companies regarding U. S. and overseas employment and executive compensation practices. He represents employers in individual and class action lawsuits and arbitrations, and he appears in U. S. federal and state courts and before administrative agencies and international arbitration tribunals
Continuing Education Units
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