Monday, June 15, 2009
Broad Whistleblower Protection Under The Federal Stimulus Law is an important May 26, 2009 New York Law Journal article. (free). It is about the Whistlebower provisions contained in the recently enacted federal stimulus. As the article states:
As this article points out, the definition of a covered employer is quite broad and likely to reach beyond those who have a direct employment relationship with the employer receiving stimulus funds as it also covers "any person acting directly or indirectly in the interest of an employer receiving covered funds."
I recently wrote a law review article about the stimulus package. Obama's Big Deal: The 2009 Federal Stimulus - Labor and Employment Law at the Crossroads, 33 Rutger Law Rec. 1 (2009).
Mitchell H. Rubinstein