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Constantine Cannon Partner Mary Inman Comments on Importance of Anonymity for Whistleblowers to Government Accountability Project

Posted  February 15, 2019

London partner Mary Inman was recently quoted in DC-based Government Accountability Project (GAP)’s blog post about effective whistleblower protection in emerging international laws. Among other priorities, the long-standing Government Accountability Project brings attention to important whistleblower issues, corporate and financial accountability, and international whistleblower rights – issues that are central in Constantine Cannon’s whistleblower practice. In the GAP post, “Financier Worldwide: Effective whistleblower protection,” Ms. Inman explains: “The introduction of whistleblower programmes like the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC’s), in which whistleblowers are allowed to report anonymously to the government regulator and their identity is not revealed when a whistleblower reward is made, will encourage more whistleblowers to come forward.”


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