The Commodity Futures Trading Commission is a government agency that is intended to protect the public from fraudulent or manipulative business practices related to sales within financial and commodity markets. Similar to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the CFTC collaborates with law enforcement agencies in order to uncover fraudulent practices that violate the Commodity Exchanges Act (7 USC 1, et seq).Providing Representation For Reporting Fraud to the CFTC
Individuals who provide information for the successful enforcement of an action, whether judicial or administrative, shall be paid not less than 10 percent and not more than 30 percent of the total amount collected.Who Qualifies for Whistleblower Protection?
A person who reports or provides information relating to a violation of the Commodity Exchanges Act is defined as a whistleblower under the act and may not be retaliated against because of a lawful act done by the whistleblower.
With years of experience in representing whistleblowers, Chicago CFTC whistleblower lawyer Michael C. Rosenblat is able to represent and guide whistleblowers in the best course of action throughout their case. Contact our law firm today to meet with Mr. Rosenblat at his law office in Chicago, Illinois.Cook County, Illinois, Whistleblower Rewards Lawyer
A whistleblower is legally entitled to an award for reporting information to the CTFC that results in a successful enforcement action.
With our extensive experience in handling various whistleblower claims, our law firm can effectively guide our clients in the proper procedures for providing information to the Commission and for receiving an award.Contact a Chicago, Illinois, Attorney Today
If you know of information relating to a violation of the Commodity Exchanges Act, contact Michael C. Rosenblat today to get the help you need to submit your information and protect your right to an award. You can reach our Illinois law firm by calling 847-480-2390. You can also contact our law firm online.