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by Frederick D. Lipman

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  • ISBN 1118094034
  • ISBN13 978-1118094037
  • Language English
  • Author Frederick D. Lipman
  • Publisher Wiley; 1 edition (December 6, 2011)
  • Pages 288
  • Formats lit lrf doc docx
  • Category Business
  • Subcategory Business Culture
  • Size ePub 1274 kb
  • Size Fb2 1462 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 338

Solid guidance for managing whistleblower policies in light ofthe new Dodd-Frank Act provisions

In July 2010, President Obama signed the Dodd-Frank Wall StreetReform and Consumer Protection Act that greatly expandedwhistleblower bounties in connection with violations of federalsecurities laws, including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.Discussing business protection strategies and best practices indealing with whistleblowers, Whistleblowers will appeal to boardmembers, executives, corporate compliance personnel, attorneys forwhistleblowers and defense attorneys, as well as potential employeewhistleblowers.

Case studies of GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer and other high profilewhistleblower incidencesExamines new Dodd-Frank incentives to whistleblowersRecommends best practices for corporations in light of newwhistleblowing incentivesExplores other federal and state statutory incentives towhistleblowing

Timely and comprehensive, Whistleblowers emphasizes thedisincentives to whistleblowing, reviewing the academic studies ofwhistleblowers with the idea of developing best practices inworking with whistleblowers.


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Discussing business protection strategies and best practices in dealing with whistleblowers, Whistleblowers will appeal to board members, executives, corporate .

Discussing business protection strategies and best practices in dealing with whistleblowers, Whistleblowers will appeal to board members, executives, corporate compliance personnel, attorneys for whistleblowers and defense attorneys, as well as potential employee whistleblowers. FREDERICK D. LIPMAN is a partner with the international law firm of Blank Rome LLP and is also the president of the Association of Audit Committee Members, Inc. He has more than fifty years of experience in the areas of corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, and IPOs.

by Frederick D. Lipman. Publisher: John Wiley & Sons. Release Date: December 2011.

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Brochure More information from Whistleblowers. Incentives, Disincentives, and Protection Strategies. Chapter 4: Disincentives to Internal Whistleblowers 57 Financial Disincentives 58 Nonfi nancial Disincentives 59 Contractual Commitments and Fiduciary Duties 60 Ethics Resource Center Survey 61 Reinstatement as a Remedy 62 Empirical Study 65 Notes 67 Chapter 5: Women as Whistleblowers: Factors Motivating Public Whistleblowing 69 Sherron Watkins 69 Cynthia Cooper 71 Coleen Rowley 71 External Reporting by Internal Whistleblowers 72 Whistleblower Anonymity 74.

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I agree with the following endorsements:

"It becomes clearer than ever before that rules and regulations relating to whistleblowing are changing, becoming ever-pervasive and affecting a multitude of industries . . . Step by step, as a wise and learned guide, Mr. Lipman takes us through the legislation and institutional frameworks allowing whistleblowers a voice . . . I encourage you to begin this journey into whistleblowing law. From stories of outstanding whistleblowers, analysis of the Dodd-Frank reforms, and other whistleblowing statutes including those relating to the IRS, to best practices in dealing with whistleblowers, to providing whistleblowers with appropriate forms to submit information to the SEC, Fred Lipman leaves no stone unturned in his A-to-Z account of whistleblower law in the United States." -From the Foreword by Dr. Gaytri D. Kachroo, Esq., Contributor to No One Would Listen by Harry Markopolos

"This unique book weaves the fascinating stories of individual whistleblowers with a call to make major improvements in the corporate compliance systems of all organizations. It is a must-read for executives and board members concerned about preventing future corporate scandals." -Howard L. Carver, public company audit committee member and retired partner, Ernst & Young LLP

"Federal and state governments have found that incentivizing integrity works, and they are embracing whistleblower??programs to ferret out fraud. The good news, says Fred Lipman, is that corporate boards can implement their own whistleblower initiatives in order to get ahead of the curve. The trick, says Lipman, is for corporate boards to understand that they cannot obtain the information necessary to perform their fiduciary duties without creating incentives for internal whistleblowers." -Susan Strawn, President, Taxpayers Against Fraud

"As a national employee hotline provider, I fully endorse the idea contained in this excellent book of providing rewards for legitimate employee whistleblowers whose information benefits their organization. I believe that Fred Lipman's recommendation will increase both the usage and effectiveness of employee hotlines." -Andy Bronstein, President, Lighthouse Services, Inc.

"As with his prior writings, Mr. Lipman has created a thoughtful and comprehensive guide. Following the passing of the Dodd-Frank corporate governance reform bill, the whistleblower issue has taken on significant prominence. This is why this book's subject has such relevance." -Professor Charles M. Elson, Woolard Chair in Corporate Governance and Director of the Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance, University of Delaware
Dog_Uoll
I agree with the following endorsements of this book:

"This unique book weaves the fascinating stories of individual whistleblowers with a call to make major improvements in the corporate compliance systems of all organizations. It is a must-read for executives and board members concerned about preventing future corporate scandals."
- Howard L. Carver, public company audit committee member and retired partner, Ernst & Young LLP

"Federal and state governments have found that incentivizing integrity works, and they are embracing whistleblower programs to ferret out fraud. The good news, says Fred Lipman, is that corporate boards can implement their own whistleblower initiatives in order to get ahead of the curve. The trick, says Lipman, is for corporate boards to understand that they cannot obtain the information necessary to perform their fiduciary duties without creating incentives for internal whistleblowers."
- Susan Strawn, President, Taxpayers Against Fraud

"As a national employee hotline provider, I fully endorse the idea contained in this excellent book of providing rewards for legitimate employee whistleblowers whose information benefits their organization. I believe that Fred Lipman's recommendation will increase both the usage and effectiveness of employee hotlines."
- Andy Bronstein, President, Lighthouse Services, Inc.

"As with his prior writings, Mr. Lipman has created a thoughtful and comprehensive guide. Following the passing of the Dodd-Frank corporate governance reform bill, the whistleblower issue has taken on significant prominence. This is why this book's subject has such relevance."
- Professor Charles M. Elson, Woolard Chair in Corporate Governance and Director of the Weinberg Center for Corporate
Governance, University of Delaware.