Digital Hint ToolWhistleblower Act

Technically and legally secureImplement the Whistleblower Protection Act

The Whistleblower Protection Act obliges companies and organisations with at least 50 employees to set up an internal reporting office. With our combination of software and ombudsman service, you can benefit from legal expertise and fulfil the requirements with technical and legal certainty.

This is how we cansupport you

Everything from a single source with minimal labour costs

Fast implementation and takeover of all activities to fulfil the Whistleblower Protection Act

Legal certainty and assumption of liability

as the entire operation of the reporting centre is carried out by lawyers

Obligation of confidentiality

also towards the public prosecutor’s office, criminal prosecution authorities, etc.

Maximum cost efficiency and transparency

thanks to fixed prices


The online platform offers the greatest possible security and tailors established processes optimally to your company. The solution is available both as Software-as-a-Service and in conjunction with our ombudsman service.

Legal supportwith our ombuds service

Ensure that all legal requirements are met and benefit from legal expertise and liability.

We are at your side with our ombudsman service for case processing. We take over the investigation and review of the report as well as the communication with the whistleblower and the company. A lawyer draws up afinal report and is available to provide comprehensive legal advice on follow-up measures, internal investigations and communication with the authorities. In this way, you ensure that critical or sensitive cases are handledimmediately with legal expertise.. Lawyers are particularly suited to the role of ombudsperson due to their duty of confidentiality.

A practical example: This is how the Digital Reporting Office HinSchG can support you.

A group of companies, consisting of several capital management companies operating throughout Europe, decided to completely outsource its internal reporting office in order to fulfil the requirements of the HinSchG and GDPR.

In close co-operation with the compliance officer of the holding company, CLARIUS.LEGAL developed individual agreements with the subsidiaries to act as a reporting office. Some subsidiaries decided to outsource their internal reporting office completely, while in other cases our lawyers act as part of the internal reporting office of an existing compliance department. This solution ensures compliance with legal requirements and promotes efficient collaboration between the companies within the Group.

Your personal contact

Matthias SchulzSenior Sales Manager