Recently, the U.S. Supreme Court decided a case on protection of corporate ‘whistleblowers.’ According to the unanimous vote of Digital Realty Trust, Inc. V. Somers, employees may now go straight to the Securities and Exchange Commission instead of their internal organizational channels to complain about corporate misdeeds. Host Dan Loney speaks with Joseph Sirbak, Labor Attorney at Cozen O’Connor, to discuss his views on this case and how qualifying as a ‘whistleblower’ is hard to define on Knowledge at Wharton.