This week, we’re focusing on three recent Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) charges against employers for violating whistleblower protection laws and how all employers should take extra steps to ensure compliance in their separation agreements.
SEC Cracks Down on Private Companies for Violating Whistleblower Protections
Recent charges issued by the SEC represent a dramatic change in the enforcement of whistleblower protections. Epstein Becker Green attorney Greg Keating explains how this can impact all employers, both public and private, and should encourage them to take a closer look at their existing separation agreements.
New York Restricts Assignment of Employee Intellectual Property
Susan Gross Sholinsky, Hemant Gupta, Adelee Traylor
The EEOC Proposes Significant New Guidance on Workplace Harassment to Replace 30+ Years of Advice
Elizabeth Houghton LaGreca
They Finally Hit Refresh: After More Than a Year of Delays, It Is Time to Officially Welcome WCAG 2.2
Joshua A. Stein, Shira M. Blank, Stephen A. Strobach
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