The Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law is one of the premier student-edited business law journals in the country. Our articles, essays, notes, and comments, as well as the transcripts from our annual symposia and the annual lectures sponsored by the Fordham Corporate Law Center, address important issues arising in banking, bankruptcy, corporate governance, capital markets, finance, mergers and acquisitions, securities, and tax practices. These scholarly works, which have made the Journal the most-cited specialty journal in banking and finance, provide judges, policymakers, regulators, practitioners, and market participants with timely analyses of important developments in business law. For more on the Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law, please visit www.fordhamcorporatejournal.org

Current Issue: Volume 23, Number 2 (2018)





What Would We Do Without Them: Whistleblowers in the Era of Sarbanes-Oxley and Dodd-Frank
Sean Griffith
Jane A. Norberg
Ian Engoron
Alice BrightSky
Tracey McNeil
Jennifer M. Pacella
Judith Weinstock
Jason Zuckerman



Tess Sadler

Managing Editor

Andrew Cota

Online Managing Editor

Katherine Peluso

Editorial Board

Imran Yassin, Executive Notes & Articles Editor

Justin Taffet, Senior Articles Editor

Ariel Multak, Senior Notes Editor

Ian Engoron, Symposium Editor

Youngeun Choi, Notes & Articles Editor

Andrew Darlington, Notes & Articles Editor

Tom McInerney, Notes & Articles Editor

Emrah Polat, Notes & Articles Editor

Hye Jin Shin, Notes & Articles Editor

Xin Xin Zheng, Notes & Articles Editor

Associate Editors

Michael Benison

Jeffrey Eng

Ben Steinberger

Kevin Chan

Mirin Park

Samuel Weiss

Jin Cho

Nathan Sheps

Stan Yakoff

Roberto Cortinas

Mindy Ziegler

Faculty Moderators

Professor Sean J. Griffith

Professor Caroline Gentile