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The European Whistleblowing Directive is to be implemented by the European Union’s 27 member states by no later than 17 December 2021 and will impact employers with operations in those jurisdictions. With most of the Member States yet to pass their implementing legislation, employers will face a period of intense activity in the coming months.

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In brief In December 2019, the Whistleblowing Directive1 came into force (see our Client Alert). Under the Directive, whistleblowers who disclose grievances in companies or public authorities are to be comprehensively protected throughout the Union. The EU member states are required to implement the Whistleblowing Directive into national law by 17 December…

In December 2019, the Directive on the protection of persons who report breaches of Union law (“Whistleblowing Directive”) entered into force. Member States are required to transpose the Whistleblowing Directive into national laws (“National Implementation Acts”) and to apply such National Implementation Acts as of 17 December 2021. The National…

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