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Obamacare: does it hide a potent whistleblower pill?

The Affordable Care Act (ACA)—or “Obamacare”—has gotten plenty of attention due to technical glitches with the HealthCare.gov website, consumers’ difficulties obtaining (or keeping) insurance through the exchanges, and Health Secretary Sibelius’s recent resignation. But some notable provisions of the ACA have gone largely unremarked—particularly an amendment to Title 29 of the U.S. Code. Added by … Continue reading

Whistleblowing: what protections do employees have?

French employment law does not provide for a comprehensive and consistent set of rules for the purpose of protecting whistleblowers. Instead, French employment law tackles issues arising out of whistleblowing situations through a relatively meagre set of legislative provisions resulting principally from recent awareness on the subject. Specific regulations: limited protection Under currently applicable legislation … Continue reading
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