Whistleblowing in the Corporate World Series: Part 6 - Whistleblowing and The Corporate Insider (live audio webcast)


Tuesday, November 6, 2012



Lawrence A. Hamermesh, professor of law, Widener University School of Law and dir, Widener Institute of Delaware Corporate and Business Law; Jordan A. Thomas, partner, Labaton Sucharow LLP and former assistant dir, Enforcement Division, SEC




noon EST, 1 hr duration

CLE Credits:

1 hr


This presentation will provide practical guidance for corporate insiders and other interested parties about insiders’ rights and duties when they become aware that their organization is engaging in unlawful conduct in light of the new SEC Whistleblower Program.  Topics include: Fiduciary duties owed by officers, directors and other insiders to the corporation and its shareholders; Overview of the whistleblower provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act; When, where and how are corporate insiders required or permitted to report possible violations of the securities laws; Ways responsible organizations and insiders can establish a culture of integrity that will deter and stop illegal or unethical conduct; and Recommendations for corporate whistleblowers.