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California Labor Code Section 1102.5 confers broad protection to employees from suffering retaliation as a result of “whistleblowing.” Some employees in California may wonder if their whistleblowing has to be made to an outside agency to protect them. The statute provides guidance on this and makes clear that even making the complaint to the employer… read more
Posted in Whistleblower Protection on April 16, 2019
Many employees in various industries must agree to and sign non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) as a requirement of their work. For example, a pharmaceutical company employee may need to agree not to share trade secrets with competing companies. Employees who work in client-facing businesses may need to sign NDAs agreeing not to discuss client-related matters in… read more
Posted in Whistleblower Protection on March 20, 2019
Due to recent occurrences within the federal government, most Americans have heard of whistleblower protections. However, the False Claims Act and its protections are much less well-known, even though the two go hand in hand. What is the False Claims Act? Who does it protect? What Is the False Claims Act? People often refer to… read more
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