Securities Attorneys for Whistleblower Law

The securities attorneys at Eccleston Law represent financial advisors who seek to file whistleblower actions. Whistleblower filings typically involve representation for employees who report illegal misconduct by their employers. At Eccleston Law, our securities attorneys assist with the filing and maintain the confidentiality of the individual filing the claim in New York, Chicago, Florida, and all states nationwide.

 

A FEW TYPES OF WHISTLEBLOWER CASES THE SECURITIES ATTORNEYS AT ECCLESTON LAW PROVIDE PROTECTION FOR INCLUDE:

Stocks, Bonds, and Banking Fraud
Securities Fraud
SEC Fraud
Tax Fraud
Investment Fraud
Mortgage and Loan Fraud

In addition to whistleblower filings, the securities attorneys at Eccleston Law also practice a wide range of other areas in the financial services industry including broker litigation and arbitration, employment matters, breakaway broker legal services, and much more. If you need a securities attorney to file a whistleblower claim, contact Eccleston Law to schedule a telephone conference today.

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February 23, 2024
Advisor Accepts Industry Bar Amid FINRA Probe into Outside Business Activities

John A. Dougherty, a veteran advisor with 23 years of experience, agreed to an AWC (Acceptance, Waiver, and Consent) after refusing to cooperate with a regulatory investigation into allegations of undisclosed outside business activities.

February 22, 2024
Key Considerations for Advisors When Assessing the Financial Soundness of Annuities

While rating agencies like Fitch and S&P Global Ratings generally highlight the strength of annuity issuers, advisors still should scrutinize certain factors in their assessment process.

February 21, 2024
SEC Alleges Fraud Against Morgan Stanley and Former Executive in Block Trading Business

As reported by the Wall Street Journal, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has charged Morgan Stanley & Co. LLC and its former head of equity syndicate desk, Pawan Passi, with a multi-year fraud involving the disclosure of confidential information related to block trades.

TESTIMONIALS

Previous
Next

You were most helpful with my FINRA deposition. You are a good lawyer and a good person.

Dan B.

LATEST NEWS AND ARTICLES

February 23, 2024
Advisor Accepts Industry Bar Amid FINRA Probe into Outside Business Activities

John A. Dougherty, a veteran advisor with 23 years of experience, agreed to an AWC (Acceptance, Waiver, and Consent) after refusing to cooperate with a regulatory investigation into allegations of undisclosed outside business activities.

February 22, 2024
Key Considerations for Advisors When Assessing the Financial Soundness of Annuities

While rating agencies like Fitch and S&P Global Ratings generally highlight the strength of annuity issuers, advisors still should scrutinize certain factors in their assessment process.

February 21, 2024
SEC Alleges Fraud Against Morgan Stanley and Former Executive in Block Trading Business

As reported by the Wall Street Journal, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has charged Morgan Stanley & Co. LLC and its former head of equity syndicate desk, Pawan Passi, with a multi-year fraud involving the disclosure of confidential information related to block trades.