Many law companies in the United States are devoted to providing their legal services to informants of the SEC. Some of them were created in 2010 after the passing of the whistleblower protection program while others only formed units to provide legal services to the informants. Labaton Sucharow is a pioneer in the business, and it offers the best services. The company’s whistleblower representation practice enables easy filing of litigations, and it is facilitated by staff members that include finance auditors, detectives, and forensic experts who are knowledgeable in the enactment of state and federal laws. The attorneys and other employees of the company ensure that the whistleblowers receive outstanding services.
Jordan A. Thomas is the senior attorney of the Labaton Sucharow. He has made sure that the firm offers the best plaintiff representation, and he has ample skills in the securities sector since he was a SEC’s deputy director and the enforcement division’s assistant principal litigation advocate. Mr. Thomas was one of the experts who formed the whistleblower protection program.
The SEC offered to be giving 10 to 30 percent of the penalties to the informant. The money is meant to motivate them to provide information to the organization. The whistleblower protection program also demands that the sources can be given more money by other government agencies that use the informant’s intelligence to collect fines. The SEC sources are assured of job security and the Dodd-Frank Act forbid companies from firing informants.
The SEC allows whistleblowers who would like to offer information anonymously to hire lawyers to represent them. The public can learn about the SEC’s whistleblower representation program by visiting the commission’s whistleblower representation team. The informants should not give the personal information such as names and addresses when offering intelligence to the SEC. Foreigners who cannot communicate in English are given translators to assist them.