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Whistleblowing Work Is Fueling Law Firm Growth


May 10, 2024

Over her two decades with federal financial regulatory agencies, Christina K. McGlosson saw increased appreciation of the value of information provided by whistleblowers.

Today, there is wide recognition of how an insider’s expertise can help build a case and fight fraud, she recently told Law360 Pulse. As a result, she said, “everyone wants those whistleblowers. Everyone wants that data.”

McGlosson recently joined her firm’s whistleblower practice after serving as acting director of the whistleblower office at the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission. An expert on the Dodd-Frank Act and other federal securities laws, she previously helped create and structure the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s whistleblower office, and firm leaders said she will help Cohen Milstein expand its ability to represent people who expose corporate fraud.

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