Kelch quoted in Risk & Compliance article about whistleblowing
From Risk & Compliance, Fraser Tennant reporting:
"Others believe increases in whistleblowing may partially be cyclical. 'In times of market volatility, historically there is an increase in whistleblower complaints as individuals seek reasons to explain a downturn in business performance,' explains David L. Kelch, a senior associate at Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP. 'The 2008 financial crisis spurred an increase in whistleblower complaints, and the volatility that COVID-19 spurred may fall into the same category.'"