For over 30 years, our SEC whistleblower lawyers have been representing whistleblowers who report violations of federal securities law. Such violations include manipulation of securities, ponzi schemes, insider trading, abusive naked short selling, money laundering, and other financial manipulation.
We work closely with securities whistleblowers to help them file whistleblower complaints (“TCRs”) and apply for rewards under the SEC Whistleblower Reward Program. These awards can range anywhere between 10 and 30 percent when the monetary sanctions exceed 1 million. Since the firms inception, our SEC whistleblowers have triggered over $1.5 billion in recoveries under the securities laws and related criminal laws.
However, we’re more than just SEC whistleblower attorneys, we’re public advocates work to improve the outcomes for whistleblowers around the world. Our SEC whistleblower lawyers were highly involved in the Dodd-Frank lawmaking process. Founding partners of Kohn, Kohn & Colapinto met with each of the five SEC Commissioners, presenting them with detailed reports and proposals setting forth rules that were crucial to make the law work for Dodd-Frank whistleblowers, and as intended by Congress.
If you’re looking for an experienced SEC whistleblower attorney, look no further than Kohn, Kohn & Colapinto. Our firm has has over 30 years of experience and will be able to walk you through the process of blowing the whistle and filing for a whistleblower award.
If you have original information that could lead to sanctions against a company or individual, get in touch with us today for a confidential case review. We’ll be able to help you understand your rights and file a whistleblower claim.
Almost any individual (or multiple individuals), both U.S. citizens and foreign nationals, within or outside of an organization are eligible to become an SEC whistleblower.
Whistleblowers may be eligible for an award when they voluntarily provide the SEC with original, timely, and credible information that leads to a successful enforcement action. Whistleblower awards can range from 10 to 30 percent of the money collected when the monetary sanctions exceed $1 million.