Whistle Blowing Protections
This article basically described the reasonign behind the U.S. Supreme Court voted 6-3 along non-ideological lines that whistleblower protections apply not only to just publicly traded companies but also to subcontractors that do buisness with them. This could even go as far as to covering househod employees such as baby sitters.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburgh writing for the majority questioned whether congress "prompted by the Enron debacle, would exclude from whistleblower protection countless professionals equipped to bring fraud on investors to a halt."
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