July 08, 2016
Erika Kelton in The National Law Journal, 7/8/16.
“He took the outlines of a program and implemented it in a way that was very powerful and very creative. Right from the beginning, he paid attention and understood the importance of the culture at the SEC vis-a-vis whistleblowers,” said Erika Kelton, a Phillips & Cohen partner who represented the recipient of a $30 million whistleblower award, the largest in the program’s history. “From the start, he was committed to building a culture there for protecting whistleblowers and utilizing their information and expertise fully.”
“SEC’s First Whistleblower Office Leader Announces Departure as Awards Mount.”