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Resource ID: #20451
Subject: Whistleblowers
Source: Wall Street Journal (New York)
Date: 1998-08-06


According to the article, "In the past two years, dozens of court decisions have required people who claim to be fired whistle-blowers to take their grievances to arbitration. The rulings deprive whistle-blowers of one of the most potent threats they can wield against their former employers--that the allegations of misconduct will be litigated in a public forum."

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