Do I need a Whistleblower attorney?

Under certain circumstances, the IRS and SEC/CFTC whistleblower programs allow whistleblowers to proceed without an attorney. However, beacuse there are important considerations when deciding how to proceed, it is advisable to contact an experienced whistleblower attorney.

How to Report SEC/CFTC Fraud

Since the official implementation of the SEC and CFTC Whistleblower Programs in 2010, whistleblower submissions continue to increase exponentially, and in FY 2015 alone, more than 4,000 submissions were made.

In an increasingly crowded field, you need the right team to ensure that your claim stands out. Kenney & McCafferty’s experienced counsel will work with you to compile an organized, detailed, and compelling submission, and will advocate on your behalf throughout the process.

To report SEC/CFTC fraud, contact Kenney & McCafferty or call us at 800-533-1015 for a free consultation today.

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