Greg Keating Discusses Whistleblowing Protection in Upcoming Webinars

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Greg Keating Will Discuss Whistleblowing Protection in Upcoming Webinars

Choate Speaking Engagement

 | November 14, 2016

Whistleblowing is a red hot issue which continues to grow in importance. 2016 saw a rapid rise in regulatory initiatives hyper-focused on intensifying Whistleblower protection across national and international borders. These activities are expected to increase dramatically well into 2017. Failure to fully understand and appreciate the evolving landscape of whistleblower protection may result in deep and costly liabilities as well as long-term damage to your organization’s credibility and reputation.

As the practice group leader of Choate Hall & Stewart’s nationally recognized whistleblower defense practice and author of the definitive national treatise entitled Whistleblowing and Retaliation (now in its sixth edition), partner Greg Keating is uniquely qualified to assist companies on whistleblowing issues. In the coming weeks, Greg will be presenting in two separate webinars to discuss the concrete, practical steps you should be taking immediately to protect your organization.

We invite you to use the following links to register for either of these events if interested.

NAVEX Global Ethics & Compliance Virtual Conference 2016 - Tuesday, November 15, 2016– REGISTER HERE

The Knowledge Group – Whistleblowing: The Landmark to Global Compliance in 2017 – REGISTER HERE


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