Whistleblower Law: What Rights Do Ratting Lawyers Have?

, New York Law Journal

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C. Evan Stewart, a senior partner at Cohen & Gresser, writes: Because of the whistleblower provisions of federal statutes such as Dodd-Frank, recent case law, and various articles written on this subject, there has been a fair amount of disinformation as to whether lawyers are free to rat on their clients and then also profit thereby.

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    This article undermines its balance and rationality by its use of the pejorative terms "rat" and "ratting."

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