Five Tips for Potential Corporate Whistleblowers

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In a recent piece in The New York Times, I discuss some of the key considerations for SEC whistleblowers including when, how and what to report, and how to navigate the high pressure environment of the whistleblower’s workplace. To read the full article, see here.


Law360 Minority Powerbroker Series

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This week, I was honored to participate in Law360’s Minority Powerbroker Series. As I formulated my answers to five pivotal questions at the crossroads of race and professional development, I had time to reflect on the many colleagues and friends along the way who have been so supportive of my individual efforts. This made for a very rewarding Q&A! Please feel free to see the full article here.

Whistleblowers on Tour

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This week, I was honored to participate in the NYC stop of the Government Accountability Project’s Whistleblower Tour, which seeks to educate the public about the important role whistleblowers play in promoting government and corporate accountability. Speaking on a panel with Enron Whistleblower Sherron Watkins, Jon Oberg, Louis Clark and Jennifer Pacella was a phenomenal experience, which I’ll dive into in a forthcoming post. My thanks to GAP for organizing this important event and to Baruch College for hosting. For more information in the meantime, here’s an excellent article in Corporate Counsel.

Thomson Reuters’ Legal Education Arm and Labaton Sucharow Join Forces: Six-Part Webinar Series Launched

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In August, we launched the first in a six-part series, Whistleblowing in the Corporate World, presented with West LegalEd, part of Thomson Reuters. Our first webinar kicked off with "The Advent of the SEC Whistleblower Program" in which I provide an overview of the origins, mechanics, scope and implications of this important investor protection program. Stay tuned for news and updates on other webinars and feel free to check out our entire digital library in our resource center.