This blog is for people who have information about corporate bribery and would like information about the Dodd-Frank reward program.
FCPA whistleblower rewards are available to people who would like to remain anonymous. Under the SEC’s reward program, which was established under the Dodd-Frank Act, FCPA whistleblowers can submit their cases anonymously, via counsel, to the SEC. As background, FCPA...read more
FCPA whistleblower rewards are available to people who were involved in the bribery scheme. In fact, the people with the best information and evidence are the often ones who were involved in the bribery scheme because they typically know all the details of the...read more
Companies have used corporate social responsibility (CSR) payments to bribe foreign government officials to obtain business and competitive advantages. This type of information can be valuable if reported to the SEC under the Dodd-Frank reward program. FCPA...read more
FCPA whistleblower rewards are available to international accounting and finance personnel who report corporate bribery to the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). FCPA whistleblowers who provide information about companies bribing foreign...read more
Personal assistants, secretaries, and administrative support staff who report their companies bribing foreign officials are eligible for rewards under the Dodd-Frank program. Personal assistants often hear about bribery during the course of their work. Some even come...read more
This is part V of my FCPA reward whistleblower series where I address frequently asked questions posed by people who are interested in filing an FCPA reward submission with the SEC. As background, international and FCPA whistleblowers who report SEC-regulated...read more
FCPA whistleblowers who report companies that pay bribes to local tender committee officials may be eligible for a reward under the Dodd-Frank program. SEC-regulated companies and their subsidiaries, affiliates, and partners will often bribe tender committee officials...read more
Whistleblowers who are working for SEC-regulated companies outside of the U.S. should report their companies’ violations of the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) directly to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and forgo reporting internally to...read more
Whistleblowers are eligible for rewards for reporting pharmaceutical and medical device companies bribing foreign officials. This includes paying and providing benefits, including trips, entertainment, and job opportunities, to officials at the Ministry of Health...read more
This is part IV of my international reward whistleblower series where I address frequently asked questions posed by people who are interested in filing a reward submission to the SEC. Part IV will focus on questions relating to whether certain corporate employees and...read more
Andy Rickman is an SEC whistleblower attorney who has filed Dodd-Frank FCPA reward submissions for international clients residing in more than 50 different countries. He is based in Washington, DC where Dodd-Frank reward submissions are filed and the SEC is headquartered.
For anyone who wants more information on the Dodd-Frank reward program, please email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit his law firm’s website at www.rickmanlegal.com. Mr. Rickman offers a free consultation to anyone who would like to discuss whether he or she has a Dodd-Frank reward eligible case.