Supreme Court Resolves Definition of "Whistleblower" under Dodd Frank

On February 21, 2018, the United States Supreme Court resolved a conflict concerning statutory protections for whistleblowers that had divided the Circuit Courts of Appeals as well as federal district courts.
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On February 21, 2018, the United States Supreme Court resolved a conflict concerning statutory protections for whistleblowers that had divided the Circuit Courts of Appeals as well as federal district courts.

Arthur F. Silbergeld is a labor and employment partner at Thompson Coburn, LLP in Los Angeles. Mr. Silbergeld defends employers against wage and hour class actions, harassment, discrimination and wrongful termination claims and counsels clients on labor relations, as well as employment matters. He can be reached at (310) 282-9412 or silbergeld@thompsoncoburn.com.

Natalie Ikhlassi is a business litigation partner at Thompson Coburn, LLP in Los Angeles. She represents parties in a range of business and commercial disputes in state and federal courts. She can be reached at (310) 282-9453 or nikhlassi@thompsoncoburn.com.

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