Usually when one hears the words, "Sarbanes-Oxley," the first thought is "internal controls," or "audits." That's an understandable connection, given that section 404 is the most well-known part of the law.
Of course, if you've read Sarbox Survival Guide for long, you might also think of the whistleblower provisions in section 806. We followed the story of the first Sarbanes-Oxley whistleblower for nearly two years. More recently, I've also written about the seemingly tough road that Sarbox whistleblowers face and the fact that few of them win their cases.
But the infamous law has several more sections than the ones we hear about and write about most often. If you want or need more information about those sections, check out this Business Finance piece, where Eric Krell talked to labor and employment lawyer Holly Eng.