Labor & Employment

Minimizing Risk in Changing Whistleblower Landscape

, The Legal Intelligencer

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When most employers think of whistleblowers, they likely envision employees like Sherron Watkins and Cynthia Cooper, the Enron and WorldCom whistleblowers who helped bring to light the accounting irregularities that led to the collapses of their respective employers.

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  • Alice Ann Belmonte Gates

    G20 What about when its is the Employer who is the Whistle blower and who is being Discriminated by the Banks and The United States and PA Supreme Courts for lack od Justices and frauds by the Justices and The Governor and president nonimations instead of elections to Equal and Fair Justice For All. Freee from Conflict and Under the Constitution of of Public Trust Not deemed Special Needs Trust by Civil & Federal Fraud and Abuse of the Justices and the Disciplinary Code.

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