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South Carolina Abortion Bill Contains Harsh Criminal Penalties for Interfering with Whistleblowers

USA - July 18 2022 Since the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, state legislatures across the country have accelerated their…

Gregory (Greg) Keating

South Carolina Abortion Bill Contains Harsh Criminal Penalties for Interfering with Whistleblowers

USA - July 18 2022 Since the Supreme Court’s decision in , state legislatures across the country have accelerated their discussion of new laws either restricting or…

Gregory (Greg) Keating

Employers Beware - SEC Renews Enforcement Initiative Against Agreements (This Time a Non-Compete) That Interfere with Whistleblowers’ Unfettered Access to the SEC

USA - June 30 2022 Exchange Act Rule 21F-17, adopted in 2011 under the auspices of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010, prohibits any…

Gregory (Greg) Keating, Erik W. Weibust

Whistleblower Regulations Increasing, #MeToo Bill Passes, Cyberfraud Risk Mitigation

USA - February 16 2022 This week, we focus on new developments increasing whistleblower protections across the country and prohibiting mandatory arbitration of sexual…

George Carroll Whipple, III, Gregory (Greg) Keating

Addressing Excessive Fee Litigation Risk in the Wake of Hughes v. Northwestern

USA - February 9 2022 The Supreme Court’s January 24, 2022 decision in Hughes v. Northwestern University, has caused alarm in some corners, with panicked predictions of a…

John Houston Pope