SEC whistleblower attorney Jason Zuckerman will be speaking at the 2018 Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund Annual Conference on a panel addressing developments at the SEC and CFTC whistleblower offices.
Zuckerman is privileged to join the following speakers on the panel:
- Erika Kelton, Phillips & Cohen LLP, Washington DC/San Francisco CA
- Jane A. Norberg, Chief, SEC Office of the Whistleblower, Washington, DC
- Christopher Ehrman, Director, Whistleblower Office at the CFTC, Washington, DC
As discussed in our articles, the SEC whistleblower program has become a very effective enforcement tool for the SEC. But very few whistleblowers have received awards, which underscores the importance of having experienced counsel represent a whistleblower effectively at the SEC.
- MarketWatch: More than 33,000 tips, $2.5 billion in financial remedies and $500 million in awards to investors — the SEC’s whistleblower program turns 10 years old today
- Going Concern: Here Are 6 Reasons Why the SEC Whistleblower Program Is Successful
- National Law Review: 5 Ways that Experienced SEC Whistleblower Law Firms Can Effectively Advocate for Whistleblowers
- D&O Diary: How the SEC Whistleblower Program Has Changed Corporate Compliance and SEC Enforcement
- Forbes: One Billion Reasons Why The SEC Whistleblower-Reward Program Is Effective
To learn more about the SEC Whistleblower Program, download Zuckerman Law’s eBook: SEC Whistleblower Program: Tips from SEC Whistleblower Attorneys to Maximize an SEC Whistleblower Award:
Click here to learn more about anti-retaliation protections for SEC whistleblowers under the Dodd-Frank Act and Sarbanes-Oxley Act.