Proposed legislation could catapult EU ahead of US in whistleblower protection

Whistleblower protection laws usually come in the wake of corporate and accounting scandals.

Changing trans-Atlantic tides in financial whistleblower protection

These are interesting times for financial sector whistleblowers on both sides of the Atlantic.

Legal implications of US elections cause uncertainty for multinational employers

As the political and economic implications of the 2016 US presidential elections begin to become clearer, multinational employers in the financial sector should consider some of the potential legal implications of the Trump presidency on both sides of the Atlantic.

Brexit vote raises employment and immigration questions for multinationals

Every multinational employer is affected by the vote to leave the EU. But the aftermath of the vote is not just financial.

Whistle blowing hedge fund managers face tough choices and different rules

Since Lehman Brothers fired Matthew Lee in 2008 for whistle blowing, global financial regulatory authorities have made a great deal of noise to encourage those who speak out about wrongdoing.