Getting It Right: Ethics Compliance for Every Company After the Supreme Court Raised the Stakes
Highlighting a trend toward whistleblower protection across the board, the Supreme Court’s decision in Lawson v. FMR has expanded the universe of potential whistleblowers protected from retaliation to include a very large number of employees never before covered – employees of private companies that contract with public companies. This development, and others, have raised the stakes to an all-time high on every company’s getting its compliance house in order. We will discuss how you can engage effectively to implement necessary policies and procedures, or to improve the ones you already have.
Speaker: Margaret Campbell, Shareholder, Ogletree Deakins
Margaret (Meg) Campbell is a shareholder in the Atlanta office and has practiced employment, litigation, and labor law at Ogletree Deakins since 1981. Meg graduated from Goucher College and Washington and Lee University School of Law, where she was a member of the Law Review and of the Jessup International Moot Court team and a Burks Scholar. An all-around labor and employment lawyer, Meg is particularly recognized for her expertise and experience in complex class and collective action litigation, whistleblower investigations and litigation including Sarbanes-Oxley and Dodd-Frank cases, appellate practice, and restrictive covenant law. Meg has litigated single plaintiff, multi-plaintiff, and class and collective action jury and non-jury cases in federal and state courts around the country. Clients regularly seek her client-centered practical advice and innovative solutions for preventing and mitigating risk events arising in the workplace. In addition, Meg assists clients in sensitive and complex investigations of alleged improper conduct by high-level executives.
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