Whistleblower Program Development, Part I: “Top Advice for Dealing With a Whistleblower”

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It’s been five years since Dodd-Frank gave whistleblowers a way to report company misdoings. What are the first things your company should do when faced with a whistleblower complaint? In part one of our three-part series on developing an effective whistleblower program, Foley Partner Courtney Worcester discusses the immediate steps she advises clients to take.
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