Are You Eligible To Receive An SEC Whistle Blower Manhattan Award?

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Do you have information about a securities fraud or violation at a financial institution, investment bank, broker-dealer, or publicly traded company? Are you prepared to voluntarily report it to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”)? If so, you may be eligible for a substantial SEC whistle blower Manhattan award.

What is An SEC whistle blower Manhattan award?

A key component of the SEC whistleblower program is the ability of the SEC to give out an SEC whistleblower award in any case in which the SEC uses a whistleblower’s information to bring a successful action in which it collects more than $1 million from the violators. If all of the rules and conditions are satisfied, the SEC must give the qualified whistleblower(s) an award of no less than 10% and no more than 30% of the amount of money that it collects in that action. If you live or work in Manhattan and are qualified as an SEC whistleblower, you may be eligible to receive an SEC whistle blower Manhattan award.

How can I improve my chances to win an SEC whistleblower reward?

The SEC whistleblower rules are lengthy and complicated. There all lots of rules about how you must provide your information to the SEC, who may be eligible to receive an SEC whistleblower reward, what kinds of information the SEC is looking for, and many other things. There are also lots of rules that could disqualify someone from receiving an SEC whistle blower Manhattan award.

If you believe that you have information that may put you on the path toward eligibility for an SEC whistleblower award, it may be important to consult with an experienced SEC whistleblower lawyer at a reputable SEC whistleblower law firm, who knows the SEC rules and can explain them to you.

What kind of experience does The Pickholz Law Offices have?

The Pickholz Law Offices was founded by Jason R. Pickholz, following many years as a partner at two national law firms in Manhattan. Since 1995, Mr. Pickholz has been representing clients who want to talk with the SEC. He has represented SEC whistleblowers in cases involving financial institutions and public companies listed in the Fortune Top 20, Top 50, Top 100, and Top 500.

Mr. Pickholz was the first lawyer ever to win an SEC whistleblower award for a client on appeal to the full Commission in Washington, D.C. This victory was named a milestone of the SEC whistleblower program by Inside Counsel magazine. In addition, Mr. Pickholz is a co-author of the two-volume book Securities Crimes, and was elected by his peers as a Fellow of The New York Bar Foundation. For more information about Mr. Pickholz, please click on the Biography link or click here.

How can I contact The Pickholz Law Offices?

If you would like to speak with an SEC whistleblower attorney, please call us today at 347.746.1222. Your initial conversation of up to one hour with Mr. Pickholz is free of charge.

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