Meissner Associates TV News Appearances

Meissner Associates has been a predominant resource in the Dodd Frank Whistleblower provisions since day one. Because of our history of being whistleblower advocates and being SEC whistleblower Lawyers, Mr. Meissner has made numerous appearances with multiple news sources in regards to SEC whistleblower cases. His comments have also been included in a wide array of articles throughout the world.

Print Media Appearances

Meissner Associates has been a predominant resource in the Dodd Frank Whistleblower provisions since day one. Because of our history of being whistleblower advocates and being SEC whistleblower attorneys, Mr. Meissner has made numerous appearances with multiple news sources in regards to whistleblower cases. His comments have also been included in a wide array of articles throughout the world.

In addition to the below, for decades since Mr. Meissner became an attorney in 1988, Mr. Meissner’s matters, both as a prosecutor and as private attorney representing individuals, have been well reported in the international press assisting his clients in achieving justice, large settlements, judgments and awards.

Tesla whistleblower to meet with SEC, attorney says

April 5, 2019

Tesla whistleblower Martin Tripp is slated to meet with the SEC, his attorney Stuart Meissner says…

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Tesla whistleblower to meet with SEC, attorney says

July 25, 2018

Tesla whistleblower Martin Tripp is slated to meet with the SEC, his attorney Stuart Meissner says…

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SEC Reached Out to Aspiring Tesla Whistle-Blower, Attorney Says

July 25, 2018

The Securities and Exchange Commission has reached out to a former Tesla Inc. employee…

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Former Tesla employee blasted by Elon Musk takes battle to SEC, filing whistleblower complaint

July 11, 2018

Martin Tripp, the fired Tesla technician fighting a corporate legal battle and a war of words with chief Elon Musk…

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Ex-Tesla Worker Escalates Legal Battle by Blowing Whistle to SEC

July 11, 2018

A former Tesla Inc. employee portrayed by Elon Musk as a saboteur has filed a whistle-blower tip to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission…

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Tesla employee fired and sued by Elon Musk takes dispute to SEC: report

July 11, 2018

The Tesla employee who has been engaged in a corporate legal dispute with Chief Executive Elon Musk has formally filed a whistleblower tip…

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Tesla’s Alleged Saboteur Is Doubling Down

July 11, 2018

A former Tesla technician accused by the automaker of stealing reams of confidential data…

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America’s Work Force Radio

Whistleblower Protection
​On the Broadcast today we had Attorney Stuart Meissner, with Meissner
Associates, and he talked about Whistle-blower Protection!

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Compliance Week

U.S., U.K. and German law firms team up to help whistleblowers
New York law firm Meissner & Associates and two European law firms—Naegele and London-based Brahams Dutt Badrick French—have teamed up to launch a first-of-its-kind…

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The Law Society Gazette

Law firms join hands to encourage whistleblowers
A law firm that helped secure the US’s largest payout for an individual whistleblower is encouraging Europeans to come forward and report financial mismanagement. New York-based Meissner Associates is collaborating with German-based Naegele and City firm Brahams Dutt Badrick French to create the new initiative designed to support people who want to report financial…

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The National Law Journal

The SEC Whistleblower Program’s Biggest Year — By the Number
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s whistleblower program reached a milestone on Aug. 30. Five years after the program was created under the Dodd­Frank financial reform law, the secondlargest bounty in the whistleblower office’s history pushed the awards total past the $100 million mark —and the SEC was ready to celebrate.

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The Daily Brief

London firm joins transatlantic whistleblower group
A City of London law firm has linked with counterparts in the US and Europe to provide international advice to prospective corporate and public services whistleblowers. Brahams Dutt Badrick French yesterday…

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Corporate Crime Reporter

Monsanto Whistleblower Wants SEC to Go after Deloitte
Last month, the Securities and Exchange Commission announced the award of more than $22 million to a whistleblower “whose detailed tip and extensive assistance helped the agency halt a well-hidden fraud at the company where the whistleblower worked.”​

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The New York Times

Monsanto Whistle-Blower: $22 Million Richer, but Not Satisfied
Winning isn’t everything. So says the man who recently received $22 million after bringing to light multiyear accounting violations at Monsanto, the agribusiness and chemicals giant. Even though..

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The Wall Street Journal

​Monsanto Whistleblower to Collect $22 Million SEC Reward
A former financial executive at Monsanto Co. will collect a nearly $22.5 million reward for alerting the Securities and Exchange Commission to alleged accounting violations related to the company’s trademark weedkiller, a lawyer for the whistleblower said.

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Yahoo! Finance

Law Firm Meissner Assoc. Represents Whistleblower in Nearly 22.5 Million Bounty Payment by MonsantoOver Accounting Deception​.
In a milestone representation on behalf of a financial whistleblower, law firm Meissner Associates has secured a nearly $22.5 million bounty paid to a former employee…

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Corporate Counsel

August 30, 2016

Former Monsanto Executive Receives Second-Largest SEC Whistleblower Award
A former Monsanto Co. executive received a $22.5 million whistleblower award Tuesday for alerting U.S. securities regulators to improper accounting that inflated the agrichemical company’s reported sales of Roundup, according to the lawyer who represented the tipster.

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Compliance Week

September 7, 2016

Law firm that ran whistleblower ads in theaters secures blockbuster award
New York attorney Stuart Meissner actually created an advertisement that he ran in movie theaters in Manhattan. Meissner’s ad (watch it here) was played prior to the showing of the 2010 movie, “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,” and referred potential whistleblowers to the firm’s website,SECSnitch.com. Meissner’s law firm was also aggressive in the earliest days of the SEC’s whistleblower program, claiming to have filed the first-ever whistleblower complaint…

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New York Post

November 4, 2010

Whistle-blahing Limits set on SEC tipster program
The government’s expanded whistle blower program promises big payouts for tipsters who come forward with wrongdoing ­but not just anyone can profit from it The Securities and Exchange Commission proposed new rules yesterday that will limit who is eligible to collect multi-million­ dollar bounties for tipping off the financial watchdog to fraud. ​Lawyers, auditors internal compliance personnel who have a responsibility to…

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Forbes

July 27, 2010

Law Lets Whistle-Blowers Get Rich For Doing The Right Thing
New York attorney Stuart Meissner actually created an advertisement that he ran in movie theaters in Manhattan. Meissner’s ad (watch it here) was played prior to the showing of the 2010 movie, “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,” and referred potential whistleblowers to the firm’s website,SECSnitch.com. Meissner’s law firm was also aggressive in the earliest days of the SEC’s whistleblower program, claiming to have filed the first-ever…

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Manufacturing.net

A Conversation With The Lawyer Who Helped A Whistleblower Win $22M From Monsanto​
Last week, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission announced that it’s awarding $22,437,800 to a former Monsanto employee who tipped the agency to dirty accounting practices at the mega-corporation. The award…

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Financial Times

Whistleblower calls for Deloitte probe
A whistleblower rewarded for exposing accounting violations has taken the unusual step of naming his employer — Monsanto — in the hope of prodding the regulator to take action against its auditor, Deloitte. The Securities and Exchange Commission…

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CNBC

Using Greed—and Lots of Cash—to Fight Greed
Forget what you think you know about lone whistleblowers taking on giant corporations all by themselves. These days, there’s a cottage industry to support—and profit from—whistleblowing. At the headquarters of the National Whistleblowers Center, for example, employees cast a wide net…

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Washington Post

SEC tries to decide how to set the rewards of whistleblowing
An unlikely ad has been getting screen time in Manhattan movie’ theaters that cat
er to a Wall Street crowd. Referring to “the new Dodd/Frank banking reform law;’ it informs viewers that by exposing financial fraud they can earn substantial rewards- 10 to 30 percent of the money’ recovered by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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Wealth Management

Aggressive Recruiting, or Broken Promises?

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