Reprinted with permission from The Legal Intelligencer, March 8, 2018

Last week the U.S. Supreme Court significantly narrowed the definition of a "whistleblower" under Dodd-Frank. In Digital Realty Trust v. Somers, the court, ruled that for an employee to be deemed a whistleblower under Dodd-Frank, and thus be entitled to Dodd-Frank’s anti-retaliation safeguards, he must report the information relating to a violation of securities law to the Securities and Exchange Commission. Read More


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