Name the last Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) official who left to join a plaintiffs firm. Cant think of one, right? Neither could I. Until I heard of Jordan Thomas. While at the SEC, Thomas helped create the new SEC whistleblower law. He was then instrumental earlier this year in developing the laws regulations which went into effect earlier this month. Then, instead of jumping ship to a private defense side law firm, he went the other way. And left the SEC to join Labaton Sucharow where he heads the first in the nation exclusively SEC plaintiffs side whistleblower practice.
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