After a lengthy legislative process between the National Assembly and the Senate, Sapin II, the French anti-corruption law focused on transparency and modernization of economic activity, was passed on November 8.

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Among other measures, Sapin II expands the definition of whistleblowers, which many argued also weakened protective measures. Xavier Oustalniol explains what the new provisions mean for whistleblowers in his recent post for the FCPA Blog.

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Xavier Oustalniol

Xavier Oustalniol

Xavier Oustalniol is a Partner with StoneTurn in San Francisco. He focuses on complex forensic accounting issues, fraud investigations and prevention, and anti-corruption matters, and provides consulting services regarding damages […]

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