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“Who Would Be a Whistleblower?”

Erika Kelton in The Independent, 11/12/14.

Phillips & Cohen, the law firm representing the latest whistleblower, said the Dodd-Frank Act allows SEC whistleblowers to remain anonymous “to the fullest extent allowed by the law” to encourage and reassure people who often put their careers and more at risk by reporting wrongdoing.

Phillips & Cohen said the company exposed in the latest case went to great lengths to conceal a fraud.

“Our client exposed extraordinarily deceitful and opportunistic practices that were deeply entrenched and well hidden,” said Erika Kelton of Phillips & Cohen.

“Who Would Be a Whistleblower?”

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