Jordan Thomas, SEC Whistleblower Representation Practice Chair, talks to New York Law Journal about how he helped his clients made history last year when they received the largest SEC Whistleblower award of $83 million. He also discusses the significant procedural role legal counsel plays when fraud is reported anonymously and weighs in on the skepticism associated with award sums. “…We need to do whatever we must to get those insiders to stand up and speak out without fear and without regret,” Jordan says.
Since issuing its first award in 2012, the SEC Whistleblower Program has awarded a total of $367 million.
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