The last few years have seen important developments for whistleblowers and the companies they report on, most notably the whistleblowing provisions in the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act passed in 2010. These provisions give individuals reporting corporate wrongdoing big incentives, to the tune of 10 to 30 percent of the amount the government recovers.

A recent webinar brought attorneys from both sides of these cases—Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher and whistleblower specialists Phillips & Cohen—together to talk about what the most pressing issues are in the world of whistleblowing. “The Minefield of Dodd-Frank’s Whistleblower Provisions and the FCPA” touched on a number of important trends that will keep in-house lawyers on their toes in 2015 and for the foreseeable future.

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