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In the Press

The whistleblower attorneys of Constantine Cannon often appear in the media discussing topics of interest to whistleblowers and others.  Here, you will find a selection of these appearances.

February 2019

Partner Mary Inman was quoted in the February issue of Financier Worldwide regarding Effective Whistleblower Protection.  Click here to read more.

January 28, 2019

Partner Mary Inman and Constantine Cannon clients David Sewell & Benjamin Poehling featured in the New Yorker article, The Personal Toll of Whistle-Blowing.  Click here to read the article.

January 21, 2019

Mary Inman, head of the international whistleblowing practice at Constantine Cannon, quoted in the Financial News article More than 60 RBC staff raise concerns about culture: "This RBC investigation feels like a #MeToo moment for whistleblowers.  After one person stepped up, there has been a domino effect that has emboldened whistleblowers to come forward."  Click here to read more.

December 30, 2018

Partner Mary Inman was quoted in Financial Times regarding the  Financial Conduct Authority's efforts to improve treatment of whistleblowers.  Click here to read more.

December 19, 2018

Partner Mary Inman speaks at Coventry University regarding the SEC's response to Gagging Clauses in Separation Agreements that seek to Chill Whistleblower Speech.  Click here to learn more.

November 22, 2018

Partner Eric Havian is mentioned in the following articles:
  • US investigates three South Korean companies over conspiracy to overcharge US military by millions of dollars (South China Morning Post);
  • Three more South Korean firms rigged U.S. military bids - sources (Transportation News).
 

November 14, 2018

Whistleblower Partner Eric Havian was quoted in the Financial Times article, S Korean companies plead guilty to fuel price rigging at US military bases.  Click here to read more.

November 6, 2018

Partner Eric Havian was quoted in the Law360 article, J-M Owes $2.1M For Bad Pipes, Jury Told As Trial Wraps.  Click here to read the article.
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