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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October 27, 2021
Former LPL Advisor Suspended For Completing 22 Trades Absent Client Consent

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) has suspended and fined a former LPL advisor who allegedly completed 22 trades on behalf of a client without obtaining written consent. FINRA has issued a $5,000 fine and has suspended Michael Hartlett for 10 days.

October 26, 2021
Former Advisor Fails To Reverse Bar After Alleged $1 Million Theft From RBC

A former RBC Wealth Management advisor lost his bid to reverse an industry bar, according to an appellate decision issued by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).

October 25, 2021
Firms Walk Thin Regulatory Line In Referring Self-Directed Clients To Advisors

While online trading platforms have surged in popularity during the pandemic, brokerage firms view self-directed investors as a source of new clients.