Greg Keating and Lyndsey Kruzer on Whistleblowing and Effective Employee Training

Corporate Counsel

 | January 14, 2017

Greg Keating, chairman of the Labor Employment and Benefits and Whistleblower Defense Groups, and Lyndsey Kruzer, a senior associate, were recently published in Corporate Counsel, “Effective Employee Training Increasingly Important Amid Increased Whistleblower Liability and Damage Awards.” The article discusses how employers are facing a greater risk of liability for whistleblower retaliation due to courts and some government agencies expanding what it means to be a “whistleblower” whose conduct is protected, and how training employees on whistleblowing and retaliation is effective to lowering the risk of liability.

View "Effective Employee Training Increasingly Important Amid Increased Whistleblower Liability and Damage Awards."

 

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