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While we hold our client relationships and results as the highest measures of success, we have great pride in our collective history of public service. Our SEC whistleblower team has more 'time in the game' than all of our competitors. Combined.
A former Assistant Director in the Enforcement Division of the SEC and a principal architect of the SEC Whistleblower Program, Jordan Thomas established the nation’s first law firm and legal practice exclusively focused on SEC whistleblowers. Both pioneer and recognized leader in the field, Jordan has secured groundbreaking results, including the largest single-case SEC whistleblower awards in history, and has been profiled in the The New Yorker, New York Times and on NPR’s Planet Money.
A distinguished veteran of federal law enforcement, Richard Levine spent more than three decades at the Securities and Exchange Commission. Beginning in 1984, he served in various roles in the SEC’s Office of General Counsel, most recently as Associate General Counsel for Legal Policy. Among other things, he was responsible for providing legal and policy advice to the Office of the Whistleblower, the Enforcement Division, and the Commission. Additionally, Rich played an instrumental role in the development of the SEC Whistleblower Program - with his team reviewing all proposed enforcement actions, whistleblower applications for awards, and related appeals.
With over two decades of SEC enforcement experience, Bob has investigated and prosecuted federal securities violations committed by some of the largest corporate and financial institutions in the world. Bob served as a Deputy Assistant Director and Branch Chief in the Enforcement Division of the SEC.
There’s no other way to say it: We live and breathe the securities laws.
Leveraging over 65 years of SEC enforcement experience—the nation’s first exclusively focused on SEC whistleblowers—marshals market-leading resources to protect and advocate for those courageous individuals who report possible securities violations, sometimes at great personal and professional risk.