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Whistleblower Claims 101, NELA 2020 Annual Convention

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Date Published

July 9, 2020


National Employment Lawyers Association


2020 Annual Convention, Whistleblower


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Whistleblower claims are on the rise, and very much in the public eye. This introductory session covers the broad range of complex issues surrounding whistleblower litigation. From issue spotting and protected activity, to the basics of qui tam and bounty statutes, this panel will help guide you through whistleblower claims on both a federal and state level.

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Clayton E. Wire

Clayton “Clay” Wire is a partner at the law firm Ogborn Mihm, LLP. He is a trial lawyer who works with whistleblowers to... Read More

Ann Lubgill

Ann Lugbill practices with Murphy Anderson PLLC in Cincinnati and Washington. Her 15-lawyer firm represents unions and... Read More

Jordan A. Thomas

Jordan A. Thomas is the Chair of the Whistleblower Representation Practice at Labaton Sucharow, which is the first and only... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Whistleblower Claims 101 - Video
Whistleblower Claims 101 - Slide Handout
Federal Whistleblower Laws Chart - Paper
How to Identify Bounty Claims and Practice Highlights - Paper
Clayton E Wire - Paper
2019 Annual Report To Congress - Paper
De Facto Gag Clauses - Paper
Advocacy & Counsel for the SEC Whistleblower: - Paper
Labaton Sucharow - Paper
SEC Whistleblower Handbook - Paper
A Survey of US and UK Financial Services Industry - Paper
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