Revealing Whistleblower Identity Now a Violation in House of Representatives

Disclosing whistleblowers’ identities is now a violation of the House of Representative’s Code of Conduct. This affects government and private-industry whistleblowers who are protected under Sarbanes-Oxley and Dodd-Frank. The rule makes it an explicit violation to reveal the identities of whistleblowers who have provided information to the House of Representatives.

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Christopher D. Warren

Christopher D. Warren, Managing Partner