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Whistleblower Protection Archives

How do you prove you were retaliated against?

If you blow the whistle on your company for any type of wrongdoing, you don't expect this to negatively impact your employment status. After all, it is against the law for an employer to retaliate against you. Even so, this doesn't stop some employers from taking such action.

The Securities and Exchange Commission and whistleblowers

Since the passing of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act in 2002, publicly traded companies have been required to provide a full report regarding their financial standing. This law is in place to protect investors, as it ensures that companies are not able to withhold information that would benefit it.

Whistleblower protection: Know your rights, types of retaliation

Like most, there is a good chance you don't have much knowledge of whistleblower protection and the most common types of employer retaliation. If you find yourself searching for more information, you don't want to stop until you know exactly what you are doing and how your situation will be treated.

Patterns associated with whistleblower retaliation

Our Florida readers are likely familiar with the many whistleblower claims that are filed in the state every year. When it comes to whistleblower retaliation, you never know if this is going to be a problem. Some people speak out against their employer and never find themselves dealing with retaliation. Others, however, are not as lucky. Instead, they begin to realize that trouble is on the horizon.

What are common questions concerning whistleblower rights?

Many of our Florida readers are familiar with the many whistleblower news stories out of the state that have made their way public over the past year. What they are not familiar with are the finer details of whistleblower laws and rights.

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