Magazine Article | September 8, 2017

Whistleblower Best Practices

By Gail Dutton, Contributing Editor
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At some point in the life of a pharmaceutical company, a whistleblower is likely to come forward with allegations of wrongdoing. The intricacies of marketing alone can create a minefield of potential mistakes.

Your best defense begins now.

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