Corporations in Connecticut and elsewhere have an obligation to disclose pertinent information to shareholders and federal regulators. A new whistleblower tip filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission by a former Tesla Inc. employee has raised concerns about the accuracy of disclosures made to shareholders and the SEC. The man behind the allegations worked as a Security Control Center Supervisor, and his claims validate a previous whistleblower tip made in August 2018.
Railroad workers in Connecticut might want to know about a recent decision by the U.S. Supreme Court. The nation's highest court ruled on a case concerning whether lost wage payments to injured railroad workers are taxable.