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4th Circuit Issues SOX Decision

Published by on January 5, 2009

In Platone vs. United States Department of Labor, the Fourth Circuit decided in a published opinion dated December 3, 2008, that a complainant must alert management to more than the fact that the company’s near term profits were effected by billing discrepancies in order to meet the standard of definitively and specifically alleging mail or […]

In Platone vs. United States Department of Labor, the Fourth Circuit decided in a published opinion dated December 3, 2008, that a complainant must alert management to more than the fact that the company’s near term profits were effected by billing discrepancies in order to meet the standard of definitively and specifically alleging mail or wire fraud for purposes of the Sarbanes-Oxley whistle blower provisions.  A copy of the decision is here.

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