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Labaton Sucharow, GAP Lead Coalition to Outlaw Gag Orders and Combat Retaliation Against Corporate Whistleblowers

Dylan Blaylock, July 21, 2014

On the fourth anniversary of the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, better known as Dodd-Frank, Labaton Sucharow LLP, the Government Accountability Project (GAP) and a growing coalition, representing more than 250 organizations and nearly two million citizens, announce they have submitted petitions with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) demanding a strengthened Whistleblower Program.

UN Human Rights Commissioner Supports Snowden and Denounces US Surveillance Programs

Bea Edwards, July 17, 2014

The following piece first appeared in the Huffington Post.

The Need to Strengthen Anti-Reprisal Protections within the SEC Whistleblower Program

Kyle Graczyk, July 16, 2014

Ensuring a proactive working environment should be a priority for any company. Creating and maintaining an ethical procedure is key to making this happen. This means an organization should maintain avenues so that whistleblowers – courageous individuals who expose wrongdoing at great personal risk to themselves – feel comfortable when coming forward. Employees should be emboldened to voice concerns to superiors since both parties should care deeply about their company’s reputation and success.

House Passes 'All Circuit Review' Extension Act

Dylan Blaylock, July 15, 2014

Make-It-Safe Coalition Commends Passage

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