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Being a whistleblower is not always easy, glamorous, or lucrative. For many individuals, the decision to break their silence and report possible misconduct—internally or externally—is one of the most significant and difficult decision they will ever have to make. As a result, it is critical to understand the rules, risks and rewards inherent in blowing the whistle. SEC Whistleblower Advocates was the first law firm in the country to exclusively focus its practice on protecting and advocating for SEC whistleblowers. We have an impressive track record of holding powerful companies accountable for securities violations. Our partners have represented numerous high-profile corporate whistleblowers and secured precedent-setting whistleblower awards. Led by a longtime veteran of federal law enforcement, Jordan Thomas, our firm leverages unparalleled SEC enforcement and whistleblower representation experience to protect and advocate for SEC whistleblowers. As a former Assistant Director and Assistant Chief Litigation Counsel in the Enforcement Division of the SEC, Jordan played a leadership role in the development of the SEC Whistleblower Program. He is joined by 4 former senior SEC prosecutors. Collectively, they have over 100 years of experience successfully prosecuting high-profile SEC enforcement actions. This report is designed to educate potential whistleblowers on the basic eligibility provisions of this important investor protection program. Please do not hesitate to contact us for more information or a free confidential consultation.
THIS ASSESSMENT TOOL DOES NOT PROVIDE LEGAL ADVICE.
It is intended for general informational purposes only. Please be advised that legal advice cannot be given without full consideration of all the unique facts and circumstances associated with your situation and the possible violations you wish to report. Ultimately, the decision to report possible securities violations, internally or externally, is an important one and should be carefully considered. You are strongly encouraged to consult with an attorney or independently research the applicable laws and any reporting options that may be available to you within your organization.