Monthly Archives: May 2015

When a Secret Shouldn’t Remain a Secret

Companies are right to secure their confidential information and take steps to ensure that it remains confidential. But there’s one significant asterisk to that notion: an employer can’t do anything to discourage or retaliate against an employee who provides information (including confidential information) to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission as part of an investigation into possible securities law violations. Continue reading

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