Episode 288

Mary Inman, Partner at Constantine Cannon LLP - Build an Intentional Culture of Trust

About the episode
In this episode of Reimagining Company Culture, we’re chatting with Mary Inman, Partner at Constantine Cannon LLP. Mary specializes in representing whistleblowers worldwide under the US whistleblower reward programs, including the SEC, CFTC, IRS, DOT and FinCEN programs. Tune in to learn Mary’s thoughts on the role of the Chief Compliance Officer, the myth around employee feedback, advice for startups looking to create high trust, and more!
About the guest
Mary Inman, a partner in Constantine Cannon’s London and San Francisco offices, heads the firm’s International Whistleblower practice. She specializes in representing whistleblowers worldwide under the US whistleblower reward programs, including the SEC, CFTC, IRS, DOT and FinCEN programs. Mary’s efforts to export the US whistleblower programs to the UK were featured in the New York Times article “Law Firm Sees Britain as Hunting Ground for U.S. Whistleblower Cases.” Her successful representation of three healthcare whistleblowers and the personal toll whistleblowing exacted from these clients was featured in the New Yorker (Feb. 4, 2019). Mary was interviewed for a CNBC segment entitled "How corporate whistleblowers make millions", which aired in November 2019, discussing the SEC’s successful whistleblower program. Mary represents renowned SEC whistleblower Tyler Shultz who exposed the infamous Silicon Valley blood testing start-up Theranos, and regularly speaks on lessons to be learned from this scandal. Mary led 11 teams across the globe in responding to a challenge issued under the Financial Times’ Global Legal Hackathon to empower whistleblowers to help alleviate problems created by the COVID pandemic. Mary is a regular commentator on whistleblower matters for the Financial Times, BBC, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Reuters and Financial News.
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