The U.S. Supreme Court next term will consider the evidentiary burden of corporate whistleblowers under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, as the justices on Monday agreed to hear the appeal of a former UBS employee’s whistleblower lawsuit against the investment bank.

The case granted review, Murray v. UBS Securities LLC., deals with a purported split among the federal circuit courts over who has the burden of proof in a whistleblower lawsuit brought under the 2002 act: the employee or the employer?

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