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UPDATE: Cartel Whistleblower Bill One Step Closer to Law as Full Senate Passes Bill

Daniel E. Shulak

Daniel E. Shulak,

New York

Megan Dixon

Megan Dixon,

San Francisco

06 November 2013
Yesterday, the Senate unanimously passed a bill aimed at preventing retaliation against whistleblowers who report criminal antitrust violations. The bill, which provides a civil remedy for retaliation against individuals who cooperate with Department of Justice investigations relating to their employer's criminal price-fixing or bid-rigging activity, was reported out of committee on October 31 — just five days earlier. This quick passage by the upper chamber brings the bill one step closer to law. Our original report on the contents of the bill can be found immediately here.
Daniel E. Shulak

Daniel E. Shulak,

New York

Megan Dixon

Megan Dixon,

San Francisco

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