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SEC Finalizes New Whistleblower Rules

The United States Securities and Exchange Commission recently updated its whistleblower program to provide monetary incentives to employees who report misconduct within their companies directly to the government. The Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, passed last July, required the SEC to pay 10 to 30 percent of any monetary sanctions over $1 million levied after company misconduct to the whistleblower who reported it.  Congress hopes the law will encourage employees to alert the government to fraud and mismanagement.

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