The first one, "Wall Street Fights New Whistleblower Law," discussed the business community's opposition to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) whistleblower program created by the Dodd-Frank law. Phillips & Cohen represent whistleblowers with major claims with the SEC.
The second CNBC story, "Religion, not money, often motivates corporate whistleblowers," included an interview with attorney as well as Tom Cantor, a whistleblower client of Phillips & Cohen. Cantor's qui tam case, brought by Phillips & Cohen, resulted in Quest Diagnostics paying $302 million to the federal government to settle the qui tam case and a related criminal charge.
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