Video — The Importance of Whistleblower Procedures

I had the pleasure of recording a video with LEVICK on Whistleblowers.  LEVICK is a leading communications firm which provides strategic consulting to companies. 

Please click HERE to watch the video. 

LEVICK safeguards brands and reputations worldwide. The firm has been honored with multiple awards for its work ensuring public trust when it matters most, including top honors in crisis, litigation, public affairs, and investor relations, among others.

Here is a link to its website.

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3 Responses

  1. Jon May says:


    Excellent presentation. Great illustration. But I wonder about one thing. In the usual course of events, company finds out about unlawful activity. Takes remedial action. Stops conduct, fires offending employees. But if there is a whistleblower involved, isn’t there a danger that your efforts to convince the whistleblower not to go to the authorities, despite the fact that you have done everything to put an end to the illegal conduct and are under no duty self-report, could not be considered an obstruction of justice. How to finesse this may be a topic for further discussion or an article.


  2. Jon May says:


    “to self-report”
    “could be” not “could not be”

    Need new glasses!

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