Difference between revisions of "Whistleblower Protection Laws"

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=='''Demonstrating a Protected Disclosure'''==
=='''Demonstrating a Protected Disclosure'''==
A September 2021 Second Circuit decision in [https://www.ca2.uscourts.gov/decisions/isysquery/ada529b5-adb3-454e-b547-cfa95af1646d/1/doc/20-1196_opn.pdf#xml=https://www.ca2.uscourts.gov/decisions/isysquery/ada529b5-adb3-454e-b547-cfa95af1646d/1/hilite/ Ziparo v. CSX Transportation, Inc.], 20-1196-cv (2d Cir. Sept 24, 2021) holds that complaints of stressful and distracting work conditions may well fall within the scope of “hazardous safety or security condition[s]” under § 20109(b)(1)(A). The court also held that “a railroad employee engages in protected activity under § 20109(b)(1)(A) when she reports what she subjectively believes to be a hazardous safety or security condition irrespective of whether that understanding is objectively reasonable.”
A September 2021 Second Circuit decision in [https://www.ca2.uscourts.gov/decisions/isysquery/ada529b5-adb3-454e-b547-cfa95af1646d/1/doc/20-1196_opn.pdf#xml=https://www.ca2.uscourts.gov/decisions/isysquery/ada529b5-adb3-454e-b547-cfa95af1646d/1/hilite/ Ziparo v. CSX Transportation, Inc.], 20-1196-cv (2d Cir. Sept 24, 2021) holds that complaints of stressful and distracting work conditions may well fall within the scope of “hazardous safety or security condition[s]” under § 20109(b)(1)(A). The court also held that “a railroad employee engages in protected activity under § 20109(b)(1)(A) when she reports what she subjectively believes to be a hazardous safety or security condition irrespective of whether that understanding is objectively reasonable.”
='''National Transit Systems Security Act'''=
='''Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act'''=
='''Food Safety Modernizations Act'''=


='''Criminal Antitrust Anti-Retaliation Act'''=
='''Criminal Antitrust Anti-Retaliation Act'''=