Concepts and Procedures in Whistleblower Law
Greenwood Publishing Group, 2001 - 527 lappuses
Built upon Mr. Kohn's extensive practical experience and his scholarly research and teaching, not only is the book an essential resource for study and analysis of whistleblowing issues, but it is also a step-by-step guide for conceptualizing and litigating them. Attorneys with specialties in a wide range of fields involving whistleblower law and related policy issues will find a thoughtful, comprehensive examination, and an immediately applicable courtroom aid. It will also be important for human resource executives, labor union officers and attorneys, government contractors, and recipients of government grants, university and government libraries, federal agency executives and specialists, public interest and good government organizations--and many others who have become fascinated by this relatively new, but long-time coming, branch of the law, how it developed, and how it is being applied today.
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4 Whistleblower Protection under the First Amendment and the Civil Rights Act of 1871
5 Environmental and Nuclear Whistleblowing
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7 OSHA and Workplace Safety Whistleblowing
8 Legal Principles in Whistleblower Law
9 Damages Remedies and Attorney Fees
10 Settlement Agreements and Hush Money
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