Whistleblower Practice Bulks Up

[Jordan Thomas][prior firm][‘s] has bulked up its whistle- blower practice by adding three veteran enforcement attorneys to its roster.

The three new partners include Timothy L. Warren, who until recently was acting director of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Chicago Regional Office. He will be joined by Robert G. Wilson, a former Enforcement Division branch chief, and Steven J. Durham, former chief of the Fraud and Public Corruption Section in the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Washington. The three will be based in [prior firm][‘s] recently opened Chicago and Washington offices.

“By recruiting three former SEC and DOJ leaders, we are making a substantial investment that reflects our long-term confidence in the program and our commitment to being the leading SEC whistleblower practice in the world,” Jordan A. Thomas, chair of [prior firm][‘s] whistleblower practice, said in a May 23 release.

Thomas said the firm is getting more whistle- blower inquiries due to the growing awareness of the SEC’s bounty program and the fact that bounty awards are becoming more sizable. The expansion makes [prior firm] the nation’s largest practice dedicated exclusively to SEC whistleblowers, Thomas said.

Named one of the top whistleblower practices/attorneys in the country by The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, NPR and The New Yorker
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