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Confidentiality & Privacy

You may file a report anonymously, or you may choose to disclose your identity. If you choose to disclose your identity, it will be protected to the extent permitted by law. Again, you are not required to identify yourself when filing a report.

Our online disclosure form is created so that we can gather as much information as possible so the appropriate action(s) can be taken. Nonetheless, it is possible that additional information may be required so the appropriate action(s) can be taken.

If you have any questions, please contact us by email at questions@lexprohotline.com or by telephone at 855-921-1281.

If You Disclose Your Identity

LexPRO investigators will not disclose, to the extent permitted by law, the identity of an individual providing a complaint or information through the LexPRO Corporate Disclosure and Ethics Hotline Program, unless the individual consents to such disclosure. Even if you choose to disclose your identity, it will be protected and only revealed when compelled by law.

If You Report Anonymously

If you file your complaint anonymously, we will not know who you are. As a result, we will not be able to follow-up to gather clarifying information, unless you provide an email address which you have created for the sole purpose of making your disclosure. Accordingly, if you choose to file your complaint anonymously, please provide as much detailed information as possible.

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PART I – Employer Information

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Please keep in mind that your decision to elect anonymity may limit our ability to conduct an inquiry, if one is warranted, or to appropriately address the complaint.

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PART II – People

Use this section to clearly describe the event, issue, or your complaint.

You may list up to 10 individuals. For incidents involving more than 10 people, contact LexPRO directly.

Identify the person(s) who committed the wrongdoing:

PART III – Details

The more information we have, the easier it will be to proceed. Please provide a summary of your complaint.

Part IV - Chronology of Events

Use this section to clearly describe the event, issue, or your complaint.

Example 1

On January 1, 2015, I was attending a weekly staff meeting where a financial analyst informed the staff that Company X will be purchasing Company Y within the next month. Later that day, I overheard my co-worker, John Smith, speaking with “Doug” over the phone, requesting that “Doug” purchase 1,000 shares of Company Y by the close of business, Friday. I asked John Smith what the call was about, and he said, “Mind your own business.” I do not know who “Doug” is.

On January 3, 2015, I met with Jane Jones, my direct supervisor. I informed Ms. Jones that John Smith asked a person named “Doug” to purchase the 1,000 shares of Company Y. I told Ms. Jones that John Smith and I recently attended a meeting announcing a merger between the two companies, and I believe his behavior is indicative of insider trading. Ms. Jones said, “Oh, that’s John being John. Don’t worry too much about it. He does this kind of stuff all the time.”

Example 2

On January 1, 2015, I overheard the CEO’s assistant, Debbie, telling Steve in accounting that she used the company’s car service over the weekend to attend a wedding. She also told him the dress she bought for the wedding was “on sale,” because she used the company credit card. She also told Steve to “let the charges slide.”

About a week later, when returning from lunch, I saw Debbie in the elevator. She had a gift bag from Tiffany’s and the company credit card in her hand. When I asked what she purchased, she replied “I got myself a gift for all my [her] hard work.”

Part V - Submission

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