Sarbanes-Oxley

Utah Supreme Court

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Utah Court of Appeals


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United States Supreme Court
  1. Free Enterprise Fund et al. v. Public Company Accounting Oversight Board et al. (U.S., June 28, 2010) (declaring that the dual for-cause limitations on the removal of Board members contravene the Constitution’s separation of powers)
Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals
  1. Genberg v. Porter (10th Cir., February 22, 2018) (reversing summaryjudgment in favor of Porter: a factfinder could reasonably conclude theGenberg's protected activities had contributed to his being fired)
  2. Dietz v. Cypress Semiconductor Corporation (10th Cir., October 17, 2017) (vacating award for Dietz on the merits because Dietz did not reasonably believe Cypress engaged in offenses enumerated in the Sarbanes-Oxley Act)
  3. Levi v. Perez, Dept. of Labor (10th Cir., May 29, 2015) (denying petition for review of Sarbanes-Oxley claim)
  4. Lockheed Martin Corp. v. Administrative Review Board, US Department of Labor (10th Cir., June 4, 2013) (upholding Board decision in favor of Andrea Brown, who had suffered egregious retaliation for her protected disclosure of fraudulent and illegal accounting misconduct by company vice president)
  5. Hill v. Ricoh Americas Corp., (10th Cir. April 19, 2010) (Sarbanes-Oxley claim)
  6. Rzepiennik v. Archstone-Smith, Inc. (10th Cir. June 1, 2009) (Sarbanes-Oxley retaliation claim)

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