SEC: A Reputable Resource for Whistleblowers Everywhere

Run by Jordan A Thomas, the SEC Whistleblower program has been serving the community for almost 50 years. Having a compelling track record, SEC has been recovering billions of dollars and ensuring that the financial market does and continues to operate with fairness, transparency, and accountability where it is due. Their Whistleblower Representation Practice has advocated for the courageous individuals that report potential violations of security even when there is personal or professional risks involved.

SEC Whistleblower Advocate was the very first to create a practice specifically focused in advocating and protecting individuals who have reported violations of laws regarding federal security. This focus, they claim, helps them to better utilize their expertise, experience, and resources in order to provide the best results for their clients.

Their clients are often corporate insiders who may have a lot to lose. They also serve other whistleblowers that are able to prove that a significant violation of security has occurred. SEC invests much of their time and resources to assisting these people to come up with the best course of action. When evaluating each case, SEC considers the significance of the violation, the clients’ end goal or goals, the risks involved with the case, the potential rewards of each case, and disclosure strategies that will help in minimizing the potential risk of retaliation as well as maximizing any potential reward.

SEC emphasizes that they are in it for the long run. They are dedicated to justice, helping whistleblowers through the entire legal process with utmost compassion for their particular situation.

The SEC Whistleblower Advocates have earned accolades for their successes in some of the most important and complex federal security cases is recent history. They have won decisions that have set precedents and billions of dollars in recoveries. They continue to settle cases against major economic companies that include Morgan Stanley, Fannie May, Bear Stearns, and Goldman Sachs.

In addition, they have recovered billions of dollars that have contributed to corporate governance reforms. They have helped in re-shaping how various organizations operate.

SEC Whistleblower Advocates are a team of lawyers that dedicate themselves to getting justice for those effected by federal security violations.