Mr. Pickholz is one of the first lawyers ever to win an SEC whistleblower award for a client. Inside Counsel Magazine named this victory as one of the Five milestones in the Dodd-Frank whistleblower reward program.
- Jason Pickholz video on the SEC whistleblower program rated 5 out of 5 stars (over 1,000 viewer ratings).
- 2019 Update to Securities Crimes book written by Jason Pickholz now available.
- Forbes article references SEC Whistleblower Information.com, The Pickholz Law Offices’ free online encyclopedia.
- 2018 was a “record-breaking year” for the SEC whistleblower program.
- “Bringing In The Cavalry”: Jason Pickholz quoted in extensive article about SEC whistleblower client.
An SEC Whistleblower Law Firm
Founded by an SEC Whistleblower Lawyer
Jason R. Pickholz founded The Pickholz Law Offices with the goal of creating an SEC whistleblower law firm capable of providing the same high quality representation as the big firms, but with the personal attention to clients uniquely possible in a small firm.
The Pickholz Law Offices was one of the first law firms to win an SEC whistleblower award for a client. It was also the first SEC whistleblower law firm ever to successfully convince the Securities and Exchange Commission to grant an SEC whistleblower award over an initial recommendation by its Staff to deny any award. This was the first time in the history of the SEC whistleblower program that the Commission overruled an adverse Preliminary Determination by its Claims Review Staff.
Mr. Pickholz is a co-author of the two-volume book, Securities Crimes, published by leading legal publisher Thomson Reuters, and is the sole author of the book’s 115 page chapter on the SEC whistleblower program. In recognition of his achievements, he was elected by his peers to be a Fellow of the New York State Bar Foundation, an honor that is granted to just 1% of the 74,000 lawyers in the New York State Bar Association.
As an SEC whistleblower law firm, The Pickholz Law Offices’ clients have included employees, officers, directors, and others in cases involving broker-dealers, investment advisors, financial institutions, and public companies listed in the Fortune Top 10, Top 20, Top 50, Top 100, Top 500, and the Forbes Global 2000.