William Lloyd, a Pickholz Law Offices’ client and successful SEC whistleblower, gives an extensive interview about his experiences as an SEC whistleblower, which led to his receiving one of the first SEC whistleblower awards under the Dodd-Frank Act.  Jason Pickholz is quoted several times in the article, starting in the section titled “Bringing in the cavalry”.

Reality was setting in:  Lloyd’s credibility, and his job, were in peril….  “I need help,” he told a lawyer friend at his son’s basketball game.  The friend told him, “There’s a guy named Jason Pickholz up in New York. That’s who I’d get.”  Lloyd went to meet Pickholz.

Excerpt from Costello, Rebecca, “The $2.5 Billion Math Problem”, Colgate Scene (April 2015).  You can read the full article on-line by clicking here.

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