No matter how long you have been in your particular field, it was probably unsettling when you uncovered evidence of securities violations or corporate fraud.  You may have been suspicious about certain activities for a while, or perhaps you stumbled upon the information without meaning to.  And now you are left wondering where to go from here.  If this situation sounds familiar, now is the time to turn to a NY SEC whistleblower lawyer for help.

The Securities and Exchange Commission depends upon whistleblowers like you to report evidence of securities violations and corporate fraud, to help bring the wrongdoers to justice, and to save more people from becoming victims.  You are probably well aware how much harm corporate and securities frauds like insider trading, falsified books and records, accounting frauds, bribing foreign government officials to gain a business advantage, Ponzi schemes, and many crimes can do to otherwise innocent victims, their businesses, and their families.  Although you may feel unsettled about the situation, it is important to recognize that you could make a positive impact in an otherwise negative situation by bringing the information you have to the SEC.

The SEC has established certain protections for individuals like you.  Under the Dodd-Frank Act and the SEC’s Rules, the SEC is required to keep your identity confidential.  When you have an NY SEC whistleblower lawyer on your side, you have the option to remain anonymous, so that even the SEC does not know your identity, for most of the process.  Furthermore, both the Dodd-Frank Act and the SEC’s Rules prohibit your employer from retaliating against you for providing the information you have to the SEC.

Your NY SEC whistleblower lawyer can help you to become an SEC whistleblower, present your information to the SEC effectively, and help you interact and communicate with the SEC while it is investigates the wrongdoing.  According to the Dodd-Frank of 2010, assuming that all other criteria are met, if the SEC brings a successful action based on the information that a whistleblower(s) like you provided, and the SEC wins or obtains over $1 million in that action, the SEC is required to give the whistleblower(s) an award totalling between 10% – 30% of the amount that it collects.

If you are looking for a NY SEC whistleblower lawyer  who has had real success with the SEC whistleblower award program, please give The Pickholz Law Offices a call. Its founder, Jason R. Pickholz, is one of the first lawyers ever to win an SEC whistleblower reward for a client.  (See official SEC Award here.)  He is also the first SEC whistleblower attorney ever to convince the SEC to grant his client an SEC whistleblower award over an initial decision by its staff to deny an award.  This successful result was named as one of the “Five milestones in the Dodd-Frank whistleblower reward program” by Inside Counsel Magazine.  For related articles click here (Boston Business Journal) and here (NY Times).  As a NY SEC whistleblower lawyer, Mr. Pickholz has represented employees, officers, and directors of financial institutions, as well as employees of other public companies included in the Fortune Top 50, Top 100, and Top 500, and the Forbes Global 2000.  In recognition of Mr. Pickholz’s achievements, he was elected as a Fellow of The New York Bar Foundation, an honor limited to 1% of New York State attorneys.

If you would like more information about The Pickholz Law Offices’ SEC whistleblower practice, you can click here, or click on any of the links on the right side of this page.  Or, if you would like to speak with Mr. Pickholz, you can call The Pickholz Law Offices today at 347-746-1222.  Your initial conversation of up to one hour is free of charge, and you are under no obligation to hire The Pickholz Law Offices after it is finished.

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