It takes strength and resolve to report an employer. You may fear retribution from your employer or worry that you will be shunned by your co-workers.
The law provides protection to whistleblowers who report violations. However, the protection you receive will depend greatly on the specific facts in your case and how you reported the violation.
An Experienced Attorney Can Protect You
At M. Bradford Randolph, Esq., PLLC, we can assist you at any stage in the process. If you are considering reporting your employer, we will provide you with knowledgeable advice about your options so you can make informed choices. If you have reported your employer and are a victim of retaliation, we can help you bring a claim and work with you to protect your reputation.
Contact our firm at 212-235-1456 to speak with a knowledgeable business litigation and whistleblower claims lawyer about your case.
SEC And Other Whistleblower Claims In Manhattan
At M. Bradford Randolph, Esq., PLLC, we represent and protect whistleblowers in the New York area. We can stand by your side throughout the reporting process and act as your advocate in any whistleblower claims against your employer.
Attorney M. Bradford Randolph has more than 25 years of experience handling state and federal legal matters, including:
- Fraudulent business practices: We represent clients in qui tam actions under the False Claims Act, which provides protection to employees who report employers for fraud. Awards can range from 15 to 20 percent of the proceeds.
- Securities violations: Under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, a whistleblower can recover up to 30 percent of the recovery of a sanction greater than $1 million. Additionally, Dodd-Frank Act provides protection from retaliation to those whistleblowers who report securities fraud.
Your participation in the collection process is important in determining the amount of your award, and our attorneys can work with you to maximize the amount you receive.
Experience Handling Complex Financial Issues
In addition to his more than two decades of experience as an attorney, Brad Randolph is also a licensed CPA. He has also served as treasurer and in-house counsel to a number of large corporations. This knowledge and experience has allowed him to understand complex financial issues in fraud cases, including cases involving securities fraud.
Attorney Brad Randolph also understands the sensitive nature of financial matters and the importance of confidentiality. Conversations with your attorney are held in the strictest confidence and are protected by the attorney-client privilege.
Do You Have Concerns About Whistleblowing?
Contact our law firm online or by telephone at 212-235-1456 to speak with a highly qualified New York City attorney.
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