New Rewards Approved For SEC Whistleblowers

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has approved rules that will entitle whistleblowers to receive 10 to 30 percent of the money they help the SEC collect through enforcement actions. The SEC has rejected requests by business groups to req… Read More
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Are You Entitled to Be Paid For Time Spent Hauling Equipment From Home?--Federal Appeals Court Says "Yes"

In 2006, a federal appeals court whose decisions are binding precedent for the United States District Court of Kansas (as well as lower federal courts in several other States) examined whether oil riggers were entitled to be paid overtime for certa… Read More
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Plans for Legislation Requiring Whistleblowers to Report Wrongdoing to their Employer

Representative Michael Grimm, R., N.Y. plans to introduce legislation whereby employees would not be eligible for a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) bounty program unless they first report the wrongdoing to their company. If the SEC determi… Read More
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Lawsuit Accuses Deutsche Bank of Misrepresenting Quality of Loans Guaranteed by U.S. Government

A civil lawsuit filed Tuesday in Manhattan federal court seeks to recover alleged damages from Deutsche Bank AG related to mortgages that were insured by the Department of Housing and Urban Development. The lawsuit was filed under the False Claims Ac… Read More
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