Published by Oxford University Press, the third edition of this book examines the obligation on employees to blow the whistle, including the relevant contractual and fiduciary duties, and statutory obligations and provides in-depth coverage of rules, policies, procedures, and problems, and includes coverage of best practice procedures.
It examines how the system has developed since the coming into force of the Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998 (PIDA), and provides up-to-date practical guidance on the key issues that arise in practice. Analysing the legal framework in the area, both under PIDA and the disparate sources of law that can apply, it provides in-depth commentary on case law and legislative developments. It examines the structure of PIDA, litigation procedure and remedies under the Act, data protection, confidentiality, copyright, defamation issues, and the Human Rights Act 1998, as well as the contractual and fiduciary duties of employees, statutory obligations (both regulatory and criminal), and the Corporate Governance Codes.
Written by an author team with unequalled experience of whistleblowing cases, comprising of Jeremy Lewis, John Bowers QC, Martin Fodder, and Jack Mitchell.
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Whistleblowing, Law, Practice, Jack Mitchell
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