NELA Amicus Brief: Lockheed Martin v. Department of Labor & Andrea Brown (10th Cir.)

Posted By: Rebecca Hamburg Cappy June 05, 2013 2:00 pm
Posted In: NELA Amicus Briefs
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Topic : Whistleblower  Agencies : DOL  Federal Appellate Courts : 10th Circuit  Admin : Amicus

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Before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit in Lockheed Martin, Corp. v. Department of Labor & Andrea Brown (Case No. 11-9542), NELA filed an amicus brief on September 7, 2011, focused on two issues of law: 1) whether mail fraud, wire fraud, bank fraud, securities fraud, or violations of any Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) rules are limited to fraud against shareholders, and 2) whether a whistleblower must recite the relevant statute and prove up all of its elements in order to enjoy certain legal protections. Our brief proposes that the answer to both questions is no.

Author: Michael T. Anderson (Murphy Anderson, PLLC)

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