WASHINGTON, D.C. | March 23, 2023— National Whistleblower Center (NWC) is excited to announce that on Wednesday, April 5th at 6:00pm co-founder Stephen Kohn will be giving a public lecture titled “Whistleblowing 101.”
The event is hosted by Profs and Pints DC and will be held on Wednesday, April 5th at 6:00pm at Little Penn Coffeehouse. Advance tickets are available on the Profs and Pints website for $13.50 and tickets will also be available at the door for $17 (or $2 off with a student ID). Part of the proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to NWC to support its non-profit mission.
Stephen Kohn is a leading expert on whistleblower law, in addition to co-founding NWC, Mr. Kohn is also afounding partner of Kohn, Kohn, & Colapinto LLP, a firm specializing in whistleblower law, and the author of the forthcoming book Rules for Whistleblowers: A Handbook for Doing What’s Right.
Drawing on his years of experience, Mr. Kohn’s lecture will cover the basics of whistleblower law, including how to come forward anonymously to report information, how to fight back against illegal nondisclosure or severance agreements, the pros and cons of blowing the whistle, and much more. Attendees will also receive a special 25% off code to pre-order Rules for Whistleblowers. Part of the proceeds from the event will be donated to NWC, helping in the fight to protect whistleblowers.
NWC is excited to support this opportunity for the public to gain important knowledge about their whistleblower rights. “This event is such a unique way for the public to learn about whistleblowing, directly from an expert! I hope that attendees will learn a lot about whistleblowing, and even order Rules for Whistleblowers,” said NWC Executive Director Siri Nelson.
NWC Executive Director Siri Nelson is available for comment. For more information, contact NWC at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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NWC is the leading nonprofit working with whistleblowers worldwide to fight corruption. For over 30 years, NWC has won policies to protect whistleblowers from retaliation and reward them for helping deliver criminal and civil penalties against wrongdoers.