On November 30th, the Ninth Circuit affirmed the Administrative Review Board's dismissal of a petitioner's Sarbanes-Oxley whistleblower claim as untimely. The claim accrued when petitioner was told of the adverse employment action and no later than her last day of work, not when petitioner suspected a legal wrong. The limitations period was not subject to equitable tolling because tolling ceased when petitioner retained counsel and because petitioner had access to the underlying facts prior to her last day of work. Coppinger-Martin v. Solis.