Zuckerman will speak on a panel titled “Whistleblowers’ Bar: Current Trends and Perspectives,” which will address these topics:
This program will offer expert insights into recent whistleblower developments in 2020, including during the COVID-19 pandemic. Leading whistleblower law experts, including current and former regulators, will provide in-depth perspectives on recent regulatory and legal whistleblower developments, including the current and future direction of federal whistleblower programs in light of COVID-19, what to expect in regulatory enforcement in the coming year, the next wave of private whistleblower claims, and best practices for stakeholders on all sides in this rapidly evolving area.
What You Will Learn
- Hear about COVID-19-related health and safety whistleblower claims, including regulatory enforcement priorities, private rights of action, and best practices for employers and employees
- Hear about the current priorities and agendas of the SEC, CFTC, and Department of Labor’s whistleblower programs
- Hear from leading plaintiff and defense lawyers about recent trends and the expected next wave of whistleblower complaints
- Hear best practices for investigating whistleblower reports in a remote work environment.
Who Should Attend
General counsel/chief legal officers, in house regulatory, employment and litigation lawyers, compliance and internal audit professionals, human resources professionals and representatives from the employment, white collar, securities and regulatory enforcement and whistleblower bars, from the government and/or private practitioner perspectives, will benefit from this program.
Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Whistleblower Protection
Zuckerman’s presentation will focus on cybersecurity and data privacy whistleblower protections.