Employment Issues

Trade Secrets and Whistleblower Disclosures

, New York Law Journal

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In his Employment Issues column, Philip Berkowitz discusses the recent whistleblower case 'Erhart v. BofI Holding', writing that 'Erhart' does not represent an isolated occurrence. Banks and indeed all businesses must anticipate that a whistleblower may disclose highly confidential and even privileged records to an enforcement agency or third party. These disclosures, if carried out in good faith and in the reasonable pursuit of a legal claim, are likely to be held to be fully lawful.

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