Dana Gold, Government Accountability Project, USA
In her role as Director of Education for America’s Government Accountability Project, Dana is currently representing two doctors who blew the whistle on the Department of Homeland Security’s “zero-tolerance” immigration practices, under which over 2000 children were forcibly separated from their families. Dana co-founded the Center on Corporations, Law & Society at Seattle University School of Law and served as an employee advocate member of the Hanford Concerns Council, a unique alternative dispute resolution forum that resolved complex whistleblower issues at the Hanford nuclear site in Washington state. Dana served as a 2014-2015 Network Fellow at Harvard University’s Center for Ethics focusing on whistleblowing and institutional corruption.
Peter Dempsey, Irish barrister, practicing as a solicitor with Cubism Law in London and inscribed at the Paris Bar.
Peter was formerly a tax partner at Pricewaterhouse Cooper (PwC) in various countries, having commenced his career at PwC Dublin and was first admitted as a partner in Ireland in 1989. In 2013 he uncovered suspicious matters at his then law firm in London. Receiving no answers but various threats, he made a report to the legal regulator (SRA), HMRC and the Police. A number of other lawyers also reported suspicions about the same individual. In retaliation the individual whom Peter reported has pursued (so far) six legal proceedings against Peter, in England and France, the most recent being launched in November 2018. Meanwhile the SRA prosecuted the suspect before the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal, and in April 2018 they were found guilty of multiple counts of serious dishonesty and misconduct, and struck off the roll.