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Norberg Quoted in The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post on SEC Protections and Possible Ramifications for Public Whistleblowers

October 12, 2021

Securities and Enforcement Litigation partner Jane Norberg was quoted in recent articles from The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post discussing the potential legal ramifications faced by Frances Haugen, a former Facebook employee who is seeking whistleblower protection from the SEC after testifying before the US Congress. Norberg served as Chief of the Office of the Whistleblower prior to joining Arnold & Porter.

In The Wall Street Journal, Norberg weighs in on available legal protections and possible ramifications for whistleblowers like Haugen who provide information to regulators and the media. In The Washington Post, Norberg notes that the SEC under Chair Gensler has recently signaled a strong enforcement and pro-whistleblower stance.

» Read the full article in The Wall Street Journal (subscription required).

» Read the full article in The Washington Post (subscription required).