Greg Keating was Quoted in the Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

 | November 20, 2017

Gregory Keating, chair of Choate’s Labor Employment & Benefits and Whistleblower Defense Groups, was recently quoted in the Wall Street Journal, "SEC Whistleblower Report Highlights Employers’ Challenge."

From the article:

More than four of five people who have received whistleblower payouts from the Securities and Exchange Commission first flagged the problems within their own companies, according to a report to Congress the agency submitted this week.

“This should be a crimson flag to employers that they should double down on efforts to improve their compliance programs and train managers to be aware and responsive to complaints or issues raised,” said Gregory C. Keating, chairman of the whistleblowers defense group at the law firm Choate Hall & Stewart LLP.

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