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Recent Whistleblower Cases, Court Decisions Further Incentivize Whistleblowers to Come Forward

The federal government has done an excellent job of incentivizing whistleblowers to come forward with information about securities laws violations in recent years, thanks to the numerous protections it has added for people who report this information. Now, record awards from the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission and recent Supreme Court rulings have made it Read More

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Is it Possible to Receive an SEC Whistleblower Award When Reporting Financial Fraud?

The U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission’s whistleblower program allows eligible whistleblowers to obtain monetary awards when providing the agency with original information about securities violations, which may include financial fraud. If the SEC uses the information you provide to bring a successful enforcement action against the offender, you could receive anywhere from 10 to 30 Read More

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SEC Awards More than $16 Million to Pair of Whistleblowers

On November 30, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Office of the Whistleblower announced a new award of more than $16 million paid to two whistleblowers. Each received an award of more than $8 million. According to the limited information released by the SEC, the first whistleblower provided the agency with original, important insights, Read More

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SEC Awards Whistleblower $500,000 After Tip About Misconduct

In May, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) awarded a whistleblower more than $500,000. The company insider had provided valuable information to the agency that “prompted an SEC investigation into well-hidden misconduct” and led to a successful agency enforcement action. The award marked the second in a week by the SEC after more than Read More

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SEC Whistleblower Awarded Nearly $4 Million

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced a new whistleblower award in April. This time, the payout was worth nearly $4 million for a whistleblower who provided a valuable tip to the agency, and then assisted with the follow-up investigation. According to the SEC, the whistleblower provided the agency with “detailed and specific information Read More

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Whistleblower Collects Award Worth $900,000 from SEC

In the latest U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) whistleblower award, an unidentified insider received $900,000 for his or her role in uncovering corporate or agency wrongdoing. According to the SEC, the whistleblower provided key information that played a role in helping the agency bring successful enforcement actions against several parties. The agency announced the Read More

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Latest SEC Whistleblower Award Worth $3.5 Million

On Monday, December 5, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) provided a whistleblower with an award worth approximately $3.5 million for providing unique, specific information that led to a successful enforcement action. Two other whistleblowers in the same action had their claims denied. The SEC did not identify the enforcement action or the whistleblowers, Read More

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SEC Pays Out Second-Highest Whistleblower Award Ever in June

In early June, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) gave out the second-highest whistleblower award since 2011, the year its whistleblower program was established after the passage of the Dodd-Frank Act. The award, for $17 million, went to an individual who significantly advanced an agency investigation, allowed the SEC to save time and resources Read More

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SEC Announces $3.5 Million Whistleblower Award

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently announced a $3.5 million whistleblower award, the first of three awards handed out within the span of a week. The whistleblower was an employee who provided a unique, helpful tip that gave new life to an ongoing investigation on a company. The additional evidence of wrongdoing provided Read More

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SEC Hands Out $5 Million Award to Whistleblower

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced in mid-May that it will award a whistleblower $5 million to $6 million for the person’s assistance in a recent investigation. The whistleblower was a former company insider who provided a detailed, unique tip that led the SEC to uncover significant securities violations it never would have Read More

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