Whistleblowing. New legal obligations imposed on companies to ensure a healthy business environment

By , 2020-08-18April 15th, 2021In the Press

Transparency International recently stated that in 2020, there is no justification on leaving the whistleblowers unprotected[1]. The message was addressed to both the authorities and the business environment. A whistleblower is a person who provides information about certain illegal, incorrect or unethical conduct within a private or public company.

The same press release stated that recent global events have shown that the biggest challenges of today’s society can only be solved if mistakes or violations of the law are reported and the truth is exposed. The world is facing the combined threats of a global pandemic, global warming, exacerbated by systemic corruption.

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Authors

  • White Collar Crime lawyer, who successfully handled cases involving major crimes such as financial fraud, public and private corruption, money laundering, capital market offences, forgery etc., throughout all the stages of criminal trials.

  • Rising Star in White Collar Crimes Matters • External expert for Eurojust in EuroMed Justice Programme • Expert representing Romania for the Council of Europe in NA-FAMED (“Needs assessment – Falsified Medical Products”) • Author of the book "Parchetul European. Reglementare. Controverse. Explicații" (en. European Public Prosecutor’s Office. Regulations. Controversies. Explanations), published by the prestigious local publication Universul Juridic.