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Stephen M. Kohn, Former Adjunct Professor, in The Washington Post on PHS Whistleblower Case

Thursday, March 15, 2012   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Max Rodriguez
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Stephen Kohn, former Adjunct Professor and Clinical Supervisor at the Antioch School of Law, is quoted in The Washington Post on a Public Health Service whistleblower case.

"We are going to push as aggressively as possible for the protection of all federal employee whistleblowers to be free from targeted monitoring,” said Stephen Kohn.

He said the court should stop "the targeted monitoring of any federal worker who engages in constitutionally protected speech” and rule that PHS employees are fully protected under the First Amendment.

Stephen Kohn


The National Whistleblowers Center, which includes Executive Director Stephen Kohn, Michael Kohn '85 and David Colapinto '88, is representing the plaintiff. Read more in The Washington Post, "For Public Health Service officers, no protection for whistleblowing."


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