Cornell Law School launches course on whistleblower law

Cornell Law School is now offering a cutting edge seminar on the rapidly expanding citizen initialted whistleblower actions. It is called Whistleblower Law: Involving private citizens in public law enforcement, and it looks at laws encouraging whistleblowers who report wrongdoing.  It also examines whistleblower protections and trends in cases.  The course is being taught by Law School Dean Stewart Schwab and Neil Getnick a well known lawyer in New York who has handled some of the largest whistleblower cases. Jeffrey Newman represents whistleblowers.