Diana Lloyd on the SEC's New Whistle-Blower Rule

Agenda Week

 | July 11, 2011

 | Diana Lloyd

Diana Lloyd wrote “Five Questions Boards Must Ask About the Whistle-Blower Rule” in Agenda Week, where she discusses the implications of the SEC’s new rule authorizing bounty payments to corporate whistle-blowers, including the importance of companies’ internal compliance programs and the potential for costly trivial or frivolous complaints.



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