Reporting Financial Fraud Against Investors
California Whistleblower Defense Lawyers
The economy has been rocked by one financial scandal after another. Stockholders and investors have lost millions. Retirement plans and pension funds have been devastated. Large scale financial fraud has caused the collapse of the American real estate market and the banks.
Greed and corporate wrongdoing has reached massive proportions. In this environment, blowing the whistle on financial fraud is not only patriotic — it’s critical to saving our country.
Who Reports Financial Fraud to the Government?
As the current investor fraud cases unfold, it’s becoming clear just how many people did know something was wrong but took no action. If your work in some way furthers fraud being committed by your employer, you could be implicated in criminal activity. By reporting fraud to the government, you may be able to protect yourself from criminal charges.
Employees who come forward are often accountants, bookkeepers, secretaries, financial officers, and employees in corporate finance departments. They often work in hedge fund companies, investment banks, financial services firms, stock brokerage firms, accounting firms, and law firms.
If you are ready to blow the whistle on financial fraud, contact The Dolan Law Firm to talk confidentially and at no cost with a lawyer.
The whistleblower attorneys at The Dolan Law Firm can help you bring your evidence to the government while protecting you in the process. Talk to one of our lawyers if you know of:
- False information being provided to investors, the government, or auditors;
- Misrepresentation of value, return on investment, or prospects for economic benefit;
- Misrepresentation of company performance, investments, cash on hand, or the nature and extent of business contracts; and
- Ponzi schemes or false statements as to company performance.
If you are ready to report fraudulent financial dealings or fraud being committed against investors, contact the San Francisco law office of The Dolan Law Firm.
All whistleblower cases are handled on a contingency fee basis. You pay no attorney fees until the case has been brought to court and you have received an award.