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Whistleblowing in the Corporate World Series: Rights & Responsibilities of the Corporate Insider

Despite increasing efforts to establish ethical practices in the workplace, too often misconduct goes undetected and unreported to business leaders or law enforcement. Corporate leaders are on notice; as risk rises to the top, so too does responsibility. This webinar, the final presentation in our six-part series presented with Thomson Reuters, examines the rights and responsibilities of corporate insiders in light of the SEC Whistleblower Program established under Dodd-Frank. My co-presenter for the program, Lawrence Hamermesh, is the Ruby R. Vale Professor of Corporate and Business Law at Widener’s Delaware campus and Director of the Widener Institute of Delaware Corporate and Business Law. Together, we examine the fiduciary duties of officers and directors and whether whistleblowing is consistent with fulfilling these duties.

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