Securities & Exchange Commission Whistleblower Program

The Securities and Exchange Commission Whistleblower Office was established in 2011 with the creation of the Dodd Frank Act. Under this program, whistleblowers who provide information on violations of securities laws are eligible for an award ranging between 10% and 30% of the monetary recovery by the U.S. government. Under this program whistleblowers are also protected from employer retaliation for providing information to the SEC.

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 Our case analysts help whistleblowers fully understand, organize and refine the information that they have in their possession. Complemented by our understanding of a wide array of financial fraud, Whistleblower Justice Network will help you make your best case, determine the most appropriate law firm to handle your case, and ensure that your case receives the attention it deserves every step of the way.

Contact us today and let us explain how we work with whistleblowers in pursuit of justice against those who defraud the U.S. government, and each of us as its citizens. Working with whistleblowers, and filing whistleblower actions is all we do as a company. We are whistleblowers ourselves, and we love what we do.  Our clients and Whistleblower Justice Network, together we make a difference.