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The Whistleblowers' Directive came into operation on 17
December 2021, yet at the time, only a few countries had
implemented it as required. We have a chat with Janusz Tomczak, partner from our Polish firm
and head of our expert group on investigations to find out what the
implementation status of the Directive is looking like now, over a
year on, and if there are delays, why they are happening. Joanna Mackey from Ius Laboris Ireland and UK
puts the questions.
This month's news provides an update on the effect of the Retained EU Law Bill and the scrapping of the sunset clause, a new smart regulation from the DBT, a report on the post-pandemic economic growth...
The Secretary of State for the Department for Business and Trade, Kemi Badenoch MP, has today issued a written statement announcing that the Government will replace the current sunset in the Retained EU Law Bill...
Dealing with whistleblowing incidents is complex, there are usually many moving parts and a regulatory backdrop to consider. They will never arise at the "right" time and they will often call for interactions...