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For unprepared companies, whistleblowers can pose a double whammy. If a whistleblower does not feel comfortable reporting suspected wrongdoing to the company’s senior management, the whistleblower may take his concerns to the Securities and Exchange Commission or another law enforcement authority. That can potentially lead to a lengthy and burdensome investigation of the company, civil or criminal charges, and substantial fines and other sanctions.
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