Tag Archives: whistleblowers

Regulatory Inconsistencies Lead to Uncertain Protections for Attorney-Whistleblowers, by Jennifer M. Pacella

by Guest Blogger — Monday, Dec. 5, 2016

In this post-election climate, one wonders how some of the most important legal issues of the current administration will be addressed in the years to come. One in particular that appears to be garnering less media attention than others pertains to the fate of the Dodd-Frank whistleblower program, specifically whether the momentum that has built […]

D.C. Circuit Review – Reviewed: Can You Keep a Secret?

by Aaron Nielson — Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015@Aaron_L_Nielson

Why does the Supreme Court forbid cameras in the courtroom? It isn’t because courtroom sketches are flattering. Instead, the Justices fear that cameras will change the dynamic of the Court. And why do law clerks have a duty of confidentiality? The reason is similar. Whatever you think of these policies, you can at least appreciate […]