Whistleblower Program Development, Part 3: “Would Your Compliance Program Survive an Audit?”

22 July 2015 Publication
Authors: Courtney Worcester

In the five years since President Obama signed the Dodd-Frank Act into law, the number of whistleblower allegations continues to increase. If a whistleblower came forward today, would your company know what to do with the report? Who should hear about the report, and when and how should that be communicated? How is the report going to be handled? In the final part of our three-part series on developing an effective whistleblower program, Foley Partner Courtney Worcester discusses how she walks clients through a mock audit of their whistleblower compliance program to identify gaps and areas for improvement.

Click here for Whistleblower Program Development, Part I: “Top Advice for Dealing With a Whistleblower.

Click here for Whistleblower Program Development, Part 2: “What Motivates a Whistleblower?”

For more insights on Dodd-Frank, visit our YouTube Dodd-Frank playlist.

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