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Upcoming Webinar - The New Risk: Employee Theft Of Trade Secrets And Confidential Information In The Name Of Protected Whistleblowing
Can Employees Steal Trade Secrets & Confidential Information To Support Their Whistleblower Claims? The answer: It depends who is adjudicating the case, as a sharp conflict recently has arisen on this issue between federal and state courts and the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL). The DOL's...
According to a recent survey about the “pay equity” disclosures that will be required in future public company proxy statements, most respondents believe the requirement will be fairly burdensome, but many respondents haven’t spent much time figuring out specifically how their...
Yesterday's conviction of Ponzi schemer Allen Stanford generated much news. Most of the coverage, however, is missing the role of whistleblower Leyla Wydler. Two weeks ago on Honesty Without Fear, I interviewed Eyal Press about his new book, Beautiful Souls: Saying No, Breaking Ranks,...
In an Opinion and Order dated February 23, 2012, Judge Michael Mosman adopted the January 11, 2012 Findings and Recommendations of Magistrate Judge John Acosta to dismiss the derivative lawsuit against the Board of Directors of Umpqua Holdings Corporation ("Umpqua") for breach of...
This week, the SEC released a new Compliance and Disclosure Interpretation (“C&DI”) for Exchange Act Rule 14a-21. This rule sets forth one of the say-on-pay requirements mandated by the Dodd-Frank Act. It requires issuers to periodically afford shareholders the right to...