Compliance requires lots of mid-course corrections. Those corrections are based on constant feedback that’s honest and accurate. That’s why attempts to impede feedback and complaints are always bad for compliance. And yet, confidentiality agreements (in their many different forms) are everywhere.… Continue Reading
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An oil-and-gas company that allegedly retaliated against an internal whistleblower and used illegal separation agreements agreed to pay the SEC a $1.4 million penalty.
Oklahoma-based SandRidge Energy Inc. fired an employee who raised concerns inside the company about how it calculated its publicly reported oil-and-gas reserves.… Continue Reading