The Securities and Exchange Commission just announced the issuance of the agency's second Dodd-Frank whistleblower award—serving as a reminder to in-house counsel to bolster their companies' ow
...calculations by Jordan Thomas, the chair of whistle-blower representation at Labaton Sucharow (and the former SEC assistant director who helped set up the...
...or findings from its own internal review. On Thursday, Labaton Sucharow and the Government Accountability Project announced their representation of one of...
Two years after the U.S. Supreme Court vastly expanded the scope of permissible corporate political spending with Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, evidence is mounting that this new fr
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...develop the agency's Dodd-Frank whistleblower program. Now chair of Labaton Sucharow's whistleblower practice in New York, Thomas says that the IRS...
...the agencys Dodd-Frank whistleblower program. Now chair of Labaton Sucharows whistleblower practice in New York, Thomas says that the...
A panel of lawyers debates the causes, and significance, of the vanishing civil jury trial
It is time for companies and their boardsin particular their compensation committeesto reassess whether paying a CEO hundreds of times over what the average worker at the same company mak
The U.S. Department of Justice is flashing a green light to whistleblowers in its own ranks with the creation of a new position in the Office of the Inspector General: Whistleblower Ombudsperson
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