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March 2019 Archives

Understanding what might happen with whistleblowing

People who live in connecticut might have heard of whistleblowing but may be uncertain what the term means. A whistleblower is someone who exposes scandals and fraud. Many whistleblowers report the illegal conduct of their employers to the relevant federal and state agencies.

Second conductor in railroad crash files lawsuit

Connecticut residents may have heard about the 2016 NJ Transit crash that killed one passenger and injured more than 100 others. The impact made part of the station's roof collapse. There were two conductors on that train, both of whom were injured. One sued NJ Transit in June of 2018. The other filed his suit in March of 2019.

Whistleblowers say Tesla hid facts from feds and shareholders

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.

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