1. Appeals Court: Whistleblowers Don’t Have to Call the SEC

    Appeals Court: Whistleblowers Don’t Have to Call the SEC

    A federal appeals court on Thursday ruled that corporate whistleblowers who report possible wrongdoing internally to their company before alerting securities regulators are protected by retaliation provisions of the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial reform law...

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    1. Berman is entitled to pursue Dodd-Frank remedies for alleged retaliation after his report of wrongdoing to his employer, despite not having reported to the Commission before his termination.
    2. This case is all about allegations of corporate officer misconduct, of the precise nature that Sarbanes-Oxley and Dodd-Frank were intended to prevent.
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