Cornell Law Launches Course on Whistleblower Law
By Tania Karas All Articles New York Law JournalFebruary 19, 2013
Students at Cornell Law School interested in the federal False Claims Act can now take a course dedicated to the rapidly expanding area of citizen-initiated whistleblower actions.
The elective, Whistleblower Law: Involving Private Citizens in Public Law Enforcement, focuses on qui tam provisions of the federal and state False Claims Acts, as well as SEC, IRS and other whistleblower laws. Students will also learn about legal provisions protecting employee whistleblowers from retaliation.