Self-Help Discovery by Whistleblowers: Protected Activity or Terminable Misconduct?

Employees preparing whistleblower and other claims against their employer commonly engage in “self-help discovery,” using their access to files and databases to collect and gather – in violation of company policy – documents and data relating to their claims. When a company learns or suspects that an employee is engaging in such behavior, it may […]
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