Thu, 13 October 2016
Since passage of the Dodd-Frank Act overhauling federal securities laws, the Securities and Exchange Commission's whistleblower program has been gradually growing in scope and significance. In 2015, the SEC received more than 4,000 tips.
But some recent developments may be “blowing the whistle” on the whistleblower program itself. Jonathan Shapiro of Baker Botts LLP discusses some recent developments with the whistleblower program.
Direct download: Blowing_the_Whistle_on_the_SEC_Whistleblower_Program.mp3
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Fri, 7 October 2016
Happy National Customer Service Week!
Customer Support is an important connection between Thomson Reuters and its customers. Thomson Reuters has a long history of commitment to provide outstanding customer service.
Lea Harpster, vice president of customer support, discusses the Thomson Reuters philosophy and approach to customer support, and the many dedicated team members who provide it.
Tue, 4 October 2016
Intellectual property have become somewhat of a staple for the US Supreme Court in recent years. Two particular cases that are waiting to hear if they will make the docket for the 2016-17 court docket have the potential to break new ground for intellectual property rights.
Wayne Stacy of Baker Botts discusses the cases.