This year, as you are deciding what to give your loved ones, friends, and colleagues for the holidays, why not choose to give something interesting and useful? One of the most powerful gifts you can give is knowledge. The third edition of the The Whistleblower’s Handbook: A Step-by-Step Guide to Doing What’s Right and Protecting Yourself is the best gift you can give an employee.
The Handbook is revised and updated through 2013. Included are new sections and updates on:
· The historic Birkenfeld $104 million dollar reward
· The newly enacted Whistleblower Protection Enhancement Act
· Reward under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
· Rewards under SEC updated rules
The Whistleblower’s Handbook includes a 20-page Q&A on the Dodd-Frank Act rewards provisions. This section explains the SEC’s regulations that went into effect on August 11, 2011, and provides insights on how to maximize potential rewards.
The Whistleblower’s Handbook also explains how whistleblowers can use the Dodd-Frank Act to blow the whistle on violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Readers learn how whistleblowers anywhere in the world can now submit anonymous reward claims for reporting corruption of local officials.
Special Offer: When you make a donation of $25 or more to support the National Whistleblower Center between now and December 31, 2013 you will receive a copy of The Whistleblower’s Handbook.
The Whistleblower’s Handbook is the authoritative reference for anyone who has ever wondered how they might blow the whistle – and, once they’ve done so, how to prevail.
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The Whistleblower’s Handbook is a “vastly shrewd and practical” tool that “offers an astute long view of American whistle-blowing.”–The Boston Globe
"If you’re among the 34% of Americans who have seen wrongdoing at their job, you may want to add this book to your Christmas wish list.
Just don’t let your boss catch you reading it." —The Wall Street Journal
"In a mix of anecdote, legal history, compendium of relevant laws and practical handbook, Stephen Kohn tries to steer both would-be whistleblowers and corporate compliance officers through what he calls a ‘labyrinth’." —Financial Times