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Khaled Asadi

  • Dodd-Frank ruling is a mixed blessing for employers

    The whistleblower provision of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street and Consumer Protection Act has been a hot topic in corporate law circles from the outset. So it’s no surprise that the 5th Circuit ruling in Asadi v G.E. Energy has attracted the attention of inside counsel and their outside law firms.

  • Judge rules that Dodd-Frank does not protect foreign whistleblowers

    A former General Electric Co. (GE) employee who says he was fired after reporting potential corruption is not protected by Dodd-Frank whistleblower provisions, a federal judge ruled Thursday.

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