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Company President Firing Not SOX Violation (access required)

A former president of a company that manufactures security and surveillance equipment cannot establish that his alleged whistleblower activity some 20 months earlier, including reporting alleged export violations, were a contributing factor in his termination, in violation of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002; the 4th Circuit affirms summary judgment for defendant company. Appellant argues he was ...

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