Experts don't expect uptick in whistleblower reports

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Experts don’t expect uptick in whistleblower reports
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Description: Corporate scandals a decade ago prompted the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, which established protections for corporate whistleblowers and created a requirement that public companies have an internal reporting system for potential securities violations. Beckerman said an empirical study of False Claims Act whistleblower cases showed most whistleblowers do report violations internally before going to the government.
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