Supreme Court Whistleblower Definition Ruling May Hurt Advisory Firms

Dont be so quick to applaud. The recent U.S. Supreme Court whistleblower anti-retaliation decision in favor of an employer may sound like good news to advisory firms, broker-dealers and companies everywhere - but may spur disgruntled employees to report suspected fraud or related actions directly to the SEC, rather than to upper management.
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