Phillips & Cohen is at the forefront in representing whistleblowers in claims filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission as well as the Commodities Futures Trading Commission.
We represent clients who have filed whistleblower claims with the SEC both before and after the Dodd-Frank financial overhaul law created the new SEC whistleblower reward program. The New York Times recently published a story about one of Phillips & Cohen's whistleblower clients who provided the SEC and CFTC with information about a $160 million Ponzi scheme.
We long advocated for a stronger SEC whistleblower reward program before Dodd-Frank was passed, and we continue to advocate for our whistleblower clients both directly with the SEC and the CFTC and in other ways. Our expertise in the SEC whistleblower reward program and other government whistleblower programs is recognized by the media, which often turns to Phillips & Cohen attorneys for expert opinions.
For information about the SEC and CFTC whistleblower reward programs, see our SEC and CFTC whistleblower info page.
If you would like to contact Phillips & Cohen to discuss filing a potential SEC or CFTC whistleblower claim, please see our contact form page for the quickest response. For other options, see our contact us page.