Greg Keating on the Whistleblower Protection Act

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Greg Keating on the Whistleblower Protection Act

The official blog of NAVEX Global

 | January 30, 2017

Greg Keating, chairman of the Labor Employment and Benefits and Whistleblower Defense Groups, was recently published in Ethics & Compliance Matters on The official blog of NAVEX Global, “Executive and Judiciary Showdown over the Whistleblower Protection Act.” In the blog, Greg comments on whistleblower protections, rights and remedies and how they expanded dramatically in the private sector during the Obama administration. Additionally, Greg comments on the uncertainty that comes with the new Trump administration.

“It remains as yet unclear how the new administration will address whistleblower protections in the private sector; it seems evident, however, that whistleblower protection in the public sector is likely to continue to be mired in a conflict between the priorities of the executive branch of government and the directives of the legislative and judicial branches as contained in the WPA.” – Greg Keating

View "Executive and Judiciary Showdown over the Whistleblower Protection Act.”

 

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