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September 2014

Sexual Discrimination and the use of Social Media in the Workplace

On social media, anything you say or do can be used against you in the court of public opinion I have previously blogged about sexual harassment in the workplace. This blog was written by Amanda Jaylene. I thought my readers would benefit from the discussion of sexual harassment and social... Read more →

Disabled high school grad asks for Diploma to be Invalidated

Newport Beach School District Actions are Unethical Last week I read that a high school graduate wants her diploma invalidated and has asked for "education do-over." She claims her brain injury led to her being rushed through to graduate. Crystal Morales, a Newport Beach high school graduate, is asking the... Read more →

Does Whistleblower Award to a Compliance Officer Threaten Confidentiality Obligation?

Protecting the Public Interest by Blowing the Whistle on Employer Wrongdoing The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Dodd-Frank) was adopted by Congress on January 5, 2010 in response to numerous instances of financial fraud by some of the largest companies in the U.S. It changed the regulatory... Read more →

Chinese Financial Statements Come Under Srutiny by U.S. SEC

Should American Investors Trust the Financial Statements Issued by Chinese Companies? I have previously blogged about questions that have been raised by U.S. regulators about the reliability of the financial statements issued by Chinese companies. Recently it was announced that officials from China and the U.S. have committed to cross-border... Read more →