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Whistleblower Lawsuits

At Franklin D. Azar & Associates, you will find a team of excellent lawyers who have successfully litigated against national and local law firms in large-scale, complex cases nationwide. We take the time to get to know our clients so that we can be responsive to their needs and bring about a result that protects their rights and meets their needs.

Our whistleblower lawyers handle a wide variety of legal matters in Colorado and beyond. We focus our attention on providing excellent client service, defining a plan to accomplish client objectives, and representing clients’ interests.

The whistleblower attorneys at Franklin D. Azar focus on cases for clients in the United States and internationally who are Commodity Future Trading Commission Whistleblowers, Securities Exchange Commission Whistleblowers, or Qui Tam Whistleblowers.

Commodity Futures Trading Commission (“CFTC”) Whistleblower Lawyers

In 2010, Congress passed the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (“Dodd-Frank Act”) as part of an overhaul of the United States’ financial regulatory system. The Dodd-Frank Act provides rewards for employees who report their employer’s commodities and futures trading fraud to the proper authorities. CFTC Whistleblower claims involve commodity law violations that are filed with the CFTC the whistleblower program created by Dodd-Frank. Whistleblowers are also afforded substantial protection against retaliation. If you believe you have information involving a commodity law violation, please contact Franklin D. Azar & Associates at 800-716-9032 for a free and confidential consultation. Or, you can complete our Free Case Evaluation Form and we will contact you.

Securities Exchange Commission (“SEC”) Whistleblower Lawyers

SEC Whistleblower claims involve the U.S. securities law or Foreign Corrupt Practice Act violations that are filed with the SEC under the Dodd-Frank whistleblower reward program. The SEC Whistleblower Reward Program pays monetary awards to persons who assist the SEC in the enforcement of U.S. securities laws. In addition to creating a program for whistleblowers to blow the whistle on violators of the U.S. securities laws, Congress included provisions to protect whistleblowers from retaliation by their employers.
If you have information related to fraud in securities markets, you could be rewarded for exposing it. If you believe you have information involving U.S. securities law or Foreign Corrupt Act Violation, please contact Franklin D. Azar & Associates at 800-716-9032 for a free and confidential consultation. Or, you can complete our Free Case Evaluation Form and we will contact you.

Qui Tam / False Claims Act

Qui Tam actions are initiated by a “whistleblower” who blows the “whistle” on a company who is defrauding the U.S. Government. A Qui Tam action permits a person to bring an action on behalf of the U.S. Government when he or she learn that someone or some company has defrauded the U.S. Government. These cases involve defense contractor fraud, Medicare fraud and other types of fraud against the Federal and/or state government brought under the False Claims Act. If you are aware of a fraud against the U.S. Government, please contact Franklin D. Azar & Associates at (800) 716-9032 for a free and confidential consultation. Or, you can complete our Free Case Evaluation Form and we will contact you.

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