December 10, 2018
Phillips & Cohen attorney Sean McKessy commented on the potential consequences of proposed changes to the SEC’s whistleblower program in The Wall Street Journal article, “Bernie Madoff’s legacy: Whistleblowers Inc.”
“Whistleblowers don’t like uncertainty,” said Sean McKessy, the whistleblower program’s chief from 2011 to 2016. “They need some idea of the ground rules before coming forward.” Mr. McKessy now works for the law firm Phillips & Cohen, which specializes in pursuing awards for whistleblowers.
Read the article in full on The Wall Street Journal’s website.