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Why secret whistleblower in VRDO cases likely to be made public

WASHINGTON — The secret whistleblower responsible for federal investigations and lawsuits accusing banks and broker-dealers of fraud and collusion in the remarketing of variable rate demand ... read more

The Whistleblower

On a recent trip to Florida, I met with Alan Sakowitz, the whistleblower who alerted the FBI to ... return (I later calculated it as 207%). This didn’t make sense and raised a red flag: Why would ... read more

Democrats’ major investigation into White House security clearances, explained

And in his case, President Trump personally ... named Tricia Newbold — filed a whistleblower complaint about his behavior. Newbold was one of two specialists who made the determination not to give ... read more

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Why Some States Are Pushing Back on Secret Lawsuit Payouts

But critics say plaintiffs are less likely ... to expand whistleblower protections in tandem with Branstad’s ban on secret settlements between public employees and government agencies. They have since ... read more


Secret Spy Court Demands Surveillance Transparency From Feds

The secret spy court at the center of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden's leaks today ... means the government likely will have to make public opinions surrounding the court's legal interpretations of ... read more

Whistleblowing: what employers need to know in a nutshell?

Why is whistleblowing important now ... a significant Court of Appeal decision in October 2018 (the Osipov case), has also made it much easier for individuals to bring whistleblowing claims against ... read more

After CIA gets secret whistleblower email, Congress worries about more spying

The CIA obtained a confidential email to Congress about alleged whistleblower ... in secret overseas prisons. The report is undergoing a declassification review, and its 400-page executive summary, ... read more

If Snowden Returned To US For Trial, All Whistleblower Evidence Would Likely Be Inadmissible

it is likely he will not be able to tell a jury why he did what he did, and what happened because of his actions. Contrary to common sense, there is no public interest exception to the Espionage Act. ... read more

Closed proceedings in 'Witness K' case a matter for court: Christian Porter

It would determine how much of Witness K and Mr Collaery's future trial will be held in secret. On Friday, Mr Porter said he expected applications for closed proceedings would be made to protect ... ... read more

U.S., British intelligence mining data from nine U.S. Internet companies in broad secret program

The program, code-named PRISM, has not been made public until now ... just push back on the idea that the court has signed off on it, so why worry? This is a court that meets in secret, allows only ... read more

Whistleblower law needs more bite to fight greyhound cruelty and corporate fraud

One obvious “business as usual” risk within the proposed reforms is its approach to whistleblowing. Whistleblowing refers to situations in which former or current organisation members make public ... read more



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