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Supreme Court Rules on Rights of Public Whistleblowers

, New York Law Journal

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Stephen Bergstein writes: In ruling that the First Amendment prohibits the retaliatory termination of public employees who testify truthfully about public corruption, the Supreme Court recently clarified the principles governing the rights of whistleblowers in a unanimous ruling that may also undermine settled Second Circuit authority.

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