EY drops appeal against $10.8m whistleblower payment

“He struck me as uninterested in questions of professional ethics. Although he is still part of the EY organisation, and although he expressed confidence soon after the claimant’s later resignation that EY would sue the claimant, the laptop he was using at the time was not preserved,” said Mr Justice Kerr in his judgment.

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