When searching for SEC whistleblower awards NYC, you have most likely come across many law firm websites that make generic claims that they are “the best”, or that they “have the experience”. All of those websites can tend to sound the same after a while. Because the SEC is a federal agency, some law firms can help SEC whistleblowers from other States, which only increases the number of websites that you have to wade through. So what objective information is available to help you decide which SEC whistleblower law firm is right for you?
Do The Lawyer’s Peers Recognize Him Or Her As A “Go-To” SEC Whistleblower Lawyer?
We’re not talking here about those websites that you may have seen that claim to rate or rank lawyers as a business. Some of those websites are very popular, but are they truly objective or are they quietly misleading? For example, do those websites tell you whether lawyers pay for higher rankings? If they do not pay directly for higher rankings, do the websites tell you whether they “boost” lawyers who take out advertisements on the websites, purchase other things from the owners of the websites, take out “subscriptions”, or make other payments to the websites “indirectly”? Are they truly objective, or are they basically social sites where lawyer friends boost each other up by exchanging top “reviews” or “stars”? Do the websites tell you this information, or hide it from you?
Wouldn’t it be more valuable and informative to you to know whether a lawyer’s peers actually recommend them to clients in real life? Or what journalists and others think about that particular SEC whistleblower attorney? Or whether that SEC whistleblower lawyer has received honors or awards from leading professional organizations?
For SEC whistleblower awards NYC lawyer Jason Pickholz, the founder of The Pickholz Law Offices, is recognized by his peers and others from both New York and throughout the country.
Peers Recognize Jason Pickholz As A “Go-To” SEC Whistleblower Lawyer
Because they are competitors, many lawyers are hesitant to acknowledge another lawyer as the “go-to” lawyer in their field. So how much more meaningful is it to you when peers do acknowledge a particular SEC whistleblower lawyer?
On our clients Testimonials page, one of our clients writes that a “distinguished SEC law professor and department chair” who is also “an author and regular columnist in a syndicated newspaper” recommended Mr. Pickholz to her. The SEC law professor told her that Mr. Pickholz is “THE guy when it comes to this”. (See the Testimonial titled “What is the 911 Number for Corporate Fraud?”)
Another client says that an international business writer (news reporter) recommended that he call Mr. Pickholz. According to the client, the business reporter said that Mr. Pickholz was also “very down to earth and trustworthy.” (See the Testimonial titled “I am truly thankful that Jason is my lawyer”.)
A different client said in a published interview that when he needed an SEC whistleblower lawyer, he asked “a lawyer friend at his son’s basketball game” for help. The lawyer told him “There’s a guy named Jason Pickholz up in New York. That’s who I’d get.” To read more from that article, click here.
Mr. Pickholz was one of the first SEC whistleblower lawyers to win an SEC whistleblower award for a client. He was also the first lawyer ever to win an SEC whistleblower reward on appeal to the full Commission in Washington, D.C. A prominent lawyer magazine — Inside Counsel — named Mr. Pickholz’s achievement as one of the milestones of the SEC whistleblower program.
In recognition of his accomplishments, Mr. Pickholz was nominated by his peers and elected to be a Fellow of The New York Bar Foundation. Being elected as a Fellow is a professional honor that is restricted to just 1% of the 74,000 lawyers in the New York State Bar Association. You can find out more about the Fellows by clicking here.
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