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Laws Protect Ukraine Whistleblower’s Anonymity: Attorneys Eric Havian, Mike Ronickher, and Max Voldman write for USA Today

Posted  12/5/19
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Multiple laws protect the Ukraine whistleblower’s right to anonymity and lawmakers well know it despite their contrary assertions, write Constantine Cannon partners Eric Havian and Mike Ronickher, and attorney Max Voldman in an Opinion piece published in USA Today.  Protections against retaliation for the Ukraine whistleblower are found in a number of statutes, including the Intelligence Community Whistleblower...

Partner Mary Inman discusses the new EU Whistleblower Directive on SCCE’s Compliance Perspectives Podcast

Posted  11/8/19
By Mary Inman
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Constantine Cannon partner Mary Inman, and Vigjilenca Abazi of Maastricht University, discuss the new European Union Whistleblower Directive with Adam Turteltaub in SCCE’s Compliance Perspectives podcast. Mary Inman explains the differences between U.S. whistleblower programs and the EU directive, as well as the opportunities presented to compliance personnel in light of new research on internal whistleblowing. ...

“Whistleblowers don’t come forward because it polls well; they come forward because, having done their own moral calculus, they simply don’t have a choice.”

Posted  11/6/19
By Leah Judge, Hallie Noecker
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Constantine Cannon whistleblower attorneys Leah Judge and Hallie Noecker discuss why President Trump's attempt to intimidate whistleblowers is failing--and will continue to fail – in Law360 (paywall).  Judge and Noecker posit that whistleblowers are cut from a different cloth. They value fairness over loyalty, and their consciences drive them to speak truth to power, even when doing so carries great personal...

Media Round-Up: Our Whistleblower Lawyers in the Press

Posted  10/24/19
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With whistleblowers continuing to dominate the headlines, lawyers from the Constantine Cannon whistleblower team have been published in and featured in a number of outlets.  This week saw the following stories:

“We are on the verge of a cultural paradigm shift” on Whistleblowers – Constantine Cannon Partner, Mary Inman

Posted  10/18/19
Headshot of Attorney Mary Inman
In the Time column "How to Rethink Whistleblowing for Today's Post-Truth World," partner Mary Inman shares her thoughts with Martin Bright, the London Observer journalist who broke the whistleblower story behind the movie “Official Secrets.”  Bright’s column grapples with the contributions of whistleblowers in a time of unprecedented disregard of the truth.  Says Mary Inman: "We are rapidly moving towards a...

Catch Our Rising Star!

Posted  10/17/19
Headshot of Attorney MRonickher
Law360 has tapped Michael Ronickher, partner in the whistleblower practice at Constantine Cannon, for its 2019 Rising Star series.  Law360 selected Mike for his work representing whistleblowers in all manner of reward programs, including his role in the groundbreaking cybersecurity whistleblower case against Cisco. What motivates Mike?  His clients: “Our clients are a real reason that we all get out of bed in...

Constantine Cannon Attorneys Speak on Whistleblowing at Investigative Film Festival

Posted  10/16/19
CC’s Mary Inman speaking on panel, “The Big Chill”
Mary Inman and Ed Baker spoke at the fifth annual Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival & Symposium last week in Washington D.C.  The DX Film Festival is a project of 100Reporters, a non-profit investigative news organization that works with journalists in the United States and around the world to bring investigative reporting to global audiences. Films screened at the festival included Academy award-winning...

Media Roundup: Constantine Cannon Attorneys on the Ukraine Whistleblower

Posted  10/11/19
As the House of Representatives impeachment inquiry continues to dominate the headlines, numerous Constantine Cannon whistleblower attorneys have been in the news providing experienced commentary on the anonymous whistleblowers who have exposed the alleged misconduct. On Monday, USA Today published an op-ed by Constantine Cannon whistleblower attorney Noelle Yasso challenging President Trump’s claim that he has a...

Whistleblowers are Watching – Will the National Security Whistleblower be Heard?

Posted  09/23/19
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In Friday’s Washington Post, Constantine Cannon whistleblower attorney Eric Havian wrote about the potential impact that the current high-profile intelligence community whistleblower battle may have on other potential whistleblowers.  “Whistleblowers are almost always ambivalent about speaking up,” writes Havian. For those who may be considering speaking up, Havian is concerned that the administration’s...

When “Shall” Doesn’t Mean “Shall” – the Director of National Intelligence’s refusal to hand over whistleblower complaint undermines executive branch accountability, reports Constantine Cannon’s Harry Litman in The Washington Post and MSNBC.

Posted  09/18/19
Whistleblowers, inspectors general, and congressional oversight all serve the purpose of keeping the executive in-check and accountable, says Harry Litman, who was featured on MSNBC, in The Washington Post, and elsewhere for his take on the unprecedented refusal of the executive to produce material for congressional oversight. A whistleblower submitted information to the intelligence-community inspector general,...
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