Internal investigation of alleged corporate misconduct

Internal investigation with Vinge law firm.

What is the best practice for managing whistleblowing reports? In this guest post, Tove Tullberg from the law firm Vinge in Stockholm, Sweden, will discuss how to properly perform an internal investigation of alleged corporate misconduct. With a total of 500 colleagues at their offices in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmö, Helsingborg and Brussels, Vinge is a […]

Partner interview with Alexandra Mota Gomes, Partner at Antas da Cunha, Portugal

Antas de Cunha ECIJA, new whistleblowing law in Portugal.

In this interview we speak with Alexandra Mota Gomes, from the law firm Antas da Cunha ECIJA, Portugal, to learn more about whistleblowing in Portugal. She discusses the differences between the EU Whistleblowing Directive and the national whistleblower law in Portugal, which came into effect on 18 June 2022. For the interview in Portuguese, please […]

Partner interview with Mateusz Grosicki, Graś i Wspólnicy Law Firm, Poland

Whistleblowing Poland

In today’s interview with Whistlelink partner Graś i Wspólnicy Law Firm, Poland, we’ll hear Advocate Mateusz Grosicki talk about the advantages of implementing a whistleblowing channel, and the increasing interest in ethics and compliance in Polish companies. Advocate Mateusz Grosicki – partner Certified Data Protection Officer, auditor, specialist in the field of implementation and auditing […]

Group-wide whistleblowing systems not enough for the European Commission

Havel&Partners: Group-wide whistleblowing systems are not sufficient.

In this guest article, from Havel & Partners, authors Robert Nešpůrek and Michal Smrček give an excellent explanation of why group-wide whistleblowing systems are not sufficient under the EU Whistleblowing Directive.    The EU Whistleblowing Directive (Directive (EU) 2019/1937 of the European Parliament and of the Council) requires private entities with more than 50 employees and […]