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European Commission Proposes Draft Whistleblowing Directive
On 23 April 2018, the European Commission published a proposal for a Directive on the protection of whistleblowers reporting on breaches of EU law, accompanied by an explanatory memorandum.
European Union
4 Jun 2018
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Leniency Is Not Enough! The New Anonymous Whistleblower Tool
If leniency was not enough, disgruntled employees and former colleagues will soon have the possibility to anonymously alert the Commission of the existence of secret cartels . . .
European Union
21 Mar 2017
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Protecting Whistleblowers In The UK – Is The Law Sufficient?
With instances of whistleblowing hitting the press on an ever-increasing basis, does UK law do enough to protect employees who blow the whistle on their employer's wrongdoing?
UK
13 Jul 2016
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French Bribery Act Would Be Anti-Corruption Revolution
We've covered the French Sunshine Act, which requires French pharmaceutical companies to disclose their links to healthcare providers, extensively over the past few years.
France
29 Feb 2016
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Sweeping Changes On The Horizon For French Bribery And Anti-Corruption Law
After being called upon by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development to strengthen its anti-corruption efforts, France recently examined draft legislation which would do exactly that.
France
15 Feb 2016
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A "French Bribery (And Sunshine) Act" Is About To Be Launched - A Legal Revolution Is Underway In France
France has been for a long time lagging behind on the field of anti-corruption laws. In 2012, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development raised serious concerns regarding the lack of bribery convictions in France.
France
12 Feb 2016
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New Rules On Whistleblowing For UK Financial Institutions
The FCA and PRA have announced a new package of rules aimed at formalising whistleblowing procedures within certain financial institutions.
UK
23 Dec 2015
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Whistleblowing: When Is A Disclosure Made In The Public Interest?
In Chestertons –v– Nurmohamed, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has given the first appellate guidance on when a worker’s disclosure is made in the public interest, so as to attract whistleblower protection.
UK
10 Apr 2015
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Whistleblower Protection Around The World
Welcome to Reed Smith’s monthly global employment law blog post. This month’s post covers the protection afforded to whistleblowers around the world.
Worldwide
20 Feb 2015
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Whistleblowing Hotlines In France: A Welcome Lightening Of Regulation
Implementing whistleblowing hotlines in France has caused significant concern for companies implementing such hotlines globally.
France
30 May 2014
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