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SEC Issues Final Rules on Whistleblower Protections and Bounty Program

, New York Law Journal


Samuel Estreicher, of counsel at Jones Day, and Terri Chase, a partner at the firm, write that SEC Rule 21F's statement of expanded whistleblower protections and implementation of the incentive award program requires companies to reassess their information flow and dispute resolution systems to ensure an environment that is supportive of employee reporting of possible wrongdoing and to ensure that such reports are acted upon promptly and responsibly.

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