Topic: Workplace harassment

GIR Live: increase in “vague” whistleblower reports during pandemic

A Hong Kong-based in-house lawyer at US bank BNY Mellon has said that a significant amount of the whistleblower reports his team have received recently lack detail.

20 December 2021

GIR Live: ESG-related internal investigations on the rise

UK white-collar lawyers say that whistleblowers are driving an increase in work helping companies conduct internal investigations into sustainability and culture issues.

07 December 2021

US investigators examine working conditions at Goodyear Malaysia

23 November 2021

Activision Blizzard addresses reports of SEC investigation into workplace practices

21 September 2021

US court dismisses Brazilian whistleblower lawsuit

A US federal court has dismissed a lawsuit brought by a Brazilian who alleged that he was retaliated against after raising concerns about potential fraud and bribery.

29 June 2021

Counsel Watch: Malaysian corporate criminal liability law swings into action

In the latest counsel watch, the white-collar lawyers hired for the impeachment investigation into New York governor Andrew Cuomo over allegations of sexual harassment, and the lawyers acting on Malaysia’s first corporate bribery prosecution.

23 March 2021

Employment Tribunal strikes out ex-Santander employee's claim

16 March 2021

Whistleblowing: Effective handling of whistleblower allegations at financial institutions

Polly James and Catherine Turner at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner in London explore what makes investigating whistleblower disclosures particularly tricky, what mindset is required to conduct these investigations successfully, and what best practice for conducting them might look like.

11 February 2021

Canada’s whistleblower protections improved by threat of prosecution for retaliators

Featured in Investigator's Guide to Canada

Canada’s ability to prosecute those within the private sector who retaliate against whistleblowers has provided a significant incentive for company executives to protect individuals who report possible misconduct, a Canadian lawyer said at GIR’s Women in Investigations conference.

16 November 2020

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