In The Press

Edward Snowden and The Myth of Whistleblower Protection

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Contrary to the many pronouncements of public figures who decried Snowden for going public because supposedly he could have reported...

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Impact of The Supreme Court’s Pending Decision on Implied Certification Theory

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At the most basic level what does it mean when somebody bills the government? Do they imply anything at all...

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Congress Defends Whistleblowers While Attacking Whistleblower Protections

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Congress apparently has the ability to keep two totally opposing ideas afloat simultaneously. Today, the Washington Post reports on the...

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The Role of Whistleblowers in Avoiding the Next Financial Crisis

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Nobody really has the answer to the size and dominance of the major banks over all financial life. Or, I...

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Australian Whistleblower Reveals Fraudulent Scientists

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It is good to see some Court taking the problem of fraudulent scientific research seriously even if that Court is...

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