Mattel Shares Tank on Whistleblower Disclosure
The toy maker says it canceled a $250 million bond offering after receiving an "anonymous whistleblower letter."
Cisco Settles With Whistleblower in Cyber Case
The $1 million payout to a Danish security expert is believed to be the first in a cybersecurity case brought under the False Claims Act.
How to Blow the Whistle to the SEC
Becoming a whistleblower requires planning. For example, do you report the fraud internally first or go directly to the SEC?
Ex-Tesla Worker Alleges Production Irregularities
Former technician Martin Tripp told the SEC that Tesla has put defective batteries in cars to meet production quotas.
SEC Wants the Power to Limit the Size of Whistleblower Awards
Proposed amendments to the rules would give commissioners more discretion over the size of whistleblower awards; some say they could undercut the program.
More Whistleblowing, But Also More Retaliation
The rate at which workers are reporting misconduct is on the rise, but so are the instances of companies retaliating against those who report.
‘Impossible Position’ for Corporate Fraud Gatekeepers
The recent Supreme Court whistleblower ruling is a devastating blow to defenses against corporate fraud, says an architect of the SEC whistleblower program.
How to Manage Cyber-Whistleblower Risk
Companies should pay specific attention to risks arising from the increasingly common whistleblower complaints regarding data breaches and cybersecurity.
Supreme Court Whistleblower Ruling: Analysis
The decision likely won't have a substantial effect on companies, as significant protections for whistleblowers remain in place.
High Court Limits Scope of Whistleblower Law
The justices find the anti-retaliation provisions of Dodd-Frank apply only to employees who complain of misconduct to the SEC.
Fraudsters Fare Worse When Whistles Blow
When whistleblowers are involved in enforcement actions, perpetrators can expect greater financial sanctions and longer prison sentences, a study finds.