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The Law ofWhistleblowing     Kathleen Clark  Washington University in St. Louis American Society for Public Administration...
The Law of      Whistleblowing          White Paper               forGovernment Accountability Project            (GAP)
Whistleblowing         insider’s        disclosure            of          alleged        wrongdoing            to       pr...
Whistleblowing Law1. Require disclosure2. Prohibit retaliation3. Compensate for retaliation4. Require institutions to faci...
Whistleblowing Law1. Require disclosure2. Prohibit retaliation3. Compensate for retaliation4. Require institutions to faci...
Whistleblowing Law1. Require disclosure2. Prohibit retaliation3. Compensate for retaliation4. Require institutions to faci...
Whistleblowing Law1. Require disclosure2. Prohibit retaliation3. Compensate for retaliation4. Require institutions to faci...
Whistleblowing Law1. Require disclosure2. Prohibit retaliation3. Compensate for retaliation4. Require institutions to faci...
Whistleblowing Law1. Require disclosure2. Prohibit retaliation3. Compensate for retaliation4. Require institutions to faci...
Compensation for Retaliation        Largely Ineffective    Financial Incentives             Effective
Financial IncentivesFalse Claims ActDodd Frank – SEC Whistleblower ProgramIRS Whistleblower Program
Themes
Scope- Public- Private
Violations of:- Specific:       - Statutes       - Regulations- Contracts- Criminal Law
Recipient- internal- external     - law enforcement     - NGO     - media
Recipient- internal- external     - law enforcement     - NGO     - media
Character- Motivation- Clean hands     - law enforcement     - NGO     - media
Identity- Confidential- Anonymous    - law enforcement    - NGO    - media
Control- Whistleblower- Agency    - law enforcement    - NGO    - media
PerspectiveAccountability Mechanism
The Law ofWhistleblowing     Kathleen Clark       kathleen_clark@mac.com American Society for Public Administration       ...
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  1. 1. The Law ofWhistleblowing Kathleen Clark Washington University in St. Louis American Society for Public Administration New Orleans March 14, 2013
  2. 2. The Law of Whistleblowing White Paper forGovernment Accountability Project (GAP)
  3. 3. Whistleblowing insider’s disclosure of alleged wrongdoing to prevent harm orhold wrongdoers accountable
  4. 4. Whistleblowing Law1. Require disclosure2. Prohibit retaliation3. Compensate for retaliation4. Require institutions to facilitate5. Provide financial incentives
  5. 5. Whistleblowing Law1. Require disclosure2. Prohibit retaliation3. Compensate for retaliation4. Require institutions to facilitate5. Provide financial incentives
  6. 6. Whistleblowing Law1. Require disclosure2. Prohibit retaliation3. Compensate for retaliation4. Require institutions to facilitate5. Provide financial incentives
  7. 7. Whistleblowing Law1. Require disclosure2. Prohibit retaliation3. Compensate for retaliation4. Require institutions to facilitate5. Provide financial incentives
  8. 8. Whistleblowing Law1. Require disclosure2. Prohibit retaliation3. Compensate for retaliation4. Require institutions to facilitate5. Provide financial incentives
  9. 9. Whistleblowing Law1. Require disclosure2. Prohibit retaliation3. Compensate for retaliation4. Require institutions to facilitate5. Provide financial incentives
  10. 10. Compensation for Retaliation Largely Ineffective Financial Incentives Effective
  11. 11. Financial IncentivesFalse Claims ActDodd Frank – SEC Whistleblower ProgramIRS Whistleblower Program
  12. 12. Themes
  13. 13. Scope- Public- Private
  14. 14. Violations of:- Specific: - Statutes - Regulations- Contracts- Criminal Law
  15. 15. Recipient- internal- external - law enforcement - NGO - media
  16. 16. Recipient- internal- external - law enforcement - NGO - media
  17. 17. Character- Motivation- Clean hands - law enforcement - NGO - media
  18. 18. Identity- Confidential- Anonymous - law enforcement - NGO - media
  19. 19. Control- Whistleblower- Agency - law enforcement - NGO - media
  20. 20. PerspectiveAccountability Mechanism
  21. 21. The Law ofWhistleblowing Kathleen Clark kathleen_clark@mac.com American Society for Public Administration New Orleans March 14, 2013
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