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John H. Walsh Offers Best Practices for Regulated Entities in His Column, "Regarding Regulation"

January 4, 2013

In a series of columns for Corporate Counsel magazine, Sutherland Partner John H. Walsh presents best practices for regulated entities confronting the challenges of paid whistleblowers and short reporting periods that are emerging from Dodd-Frank.

John’s column, "Regarding Regulation," offers practical insight into the relevant regulatory guidelines, while also encouraging companies to strengthen their internal compliance efforts as a safeguard.

Part 1: In the Financial Sector, the Most Intense Criticism Must Come From Within (November 5, 2012)
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Part 2: Timing is Everything in a Whistleblower Response (December 4, 2012)
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Part 3: Whistleblower Compliance Requires a Culture of Speaking Up (January 4, 2013)
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Part 4: The Sensitive Question of When to Self-Report a Possible SEC Violation (February 1, 2013)
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