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Securities Litigation Partner Discusses SEC Whistleblower Program

Daily Journal (California)


​This article, about the impact of the SEC whistleblower program on legal work, quotes San Francisco securities litigation and regulatory enforcement partner Jim Kramer.

​Kramer stated that the companies he works with are already trying to follow proper procedures and maintain a strong compliance program.

​"By encouraging outside reporting, companies incur costs that they would not otherwise incur if the matter was investigated internally," he said.


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