Categories: Financial Services

We’re happy to announce that Epstein Becker Green’s Whistleblowing & Compliance Law Blog has joined our blog.  Readers of both blogs will benefit from our coverage of whistleblowing and compliance law, in addition to the financial services employment law topics our readers have come to expect.

This combination represents the addition of more than 40 posts dating back to April 2010, with a focus on Dodd-Frank, Sarbanes-Oxley, the False Claims Act, and whistleblowing-related topics.

In addition, we welcome Allen B. Roberts as a primary contributor to the Financial Services Employment Law Blog. Allen, a founding contributor and editor of the Whistleblowing & Compliance Law Blog, is a Member of Epstein Becker Green and Co-Chair of the firm's Whistleblowing and Compliance Subpractice Group.  He represents public and privately held domestic and international businesses and not-for-profit organizations in developing and effectuating strategy and policies in employment law and labor relations matters, employment agreement formulation and enforcement, employment policy audits, employment due diligence for mergers and acquisitions, and union relations and maintaining union-free status. Allen leads the firm's representation of several national and multinational clients, counseling on labor and employment compliance, litigation avoidance and strategy, and case management.

We are also pleased to add Lauren Malanga Casey as one of our primary contributors.  Lauren, a Member of the Firm in the New York office, is actively involved in Epstein Becker Green’s Financial Services Subpractice Group.

If you were a regular reader of the Whistleblowing & Compliance Law Blog, we welcome you to the Financial Services Employment Law Blog and encourage you to join its conversations and get to know the blog’s authors.  You can also follow us on Twitter: @fsemployer.

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