Austin SOX Violation Attorney
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) is meant to encourage employees to report corporate fraud they suspect in publically-traded companies, including any contractors and subcontractors of these companies. If your employer has taken some adverse employment action against you for your engagement in a reporting activity protected under SOX, there is a good chance that you may be able to take legal action against your employer for this violation of law.
At the The Melton Law Firm, our Austin SOX violation attorneys understand just how much will be riding on the outcome of this claim for you, and our legal team in Austin can develop a comprehensive strategy to help you recover compensation for all of the damages associated with your employer’s actions.
Recovering Compensation with a SOX Violation Claim
Our legal team in Austin possesses the experience and the resources you will need to take on any company that has violated SOX and taken adverse employment action against their employees as retaliation for engaging in some protected activity. We can help you develop a legal strategy to help you pursue compensation if your company has taken such adverse action against you, including but not limited to compensation for the following:
- Compensation for lost benefits and wages
- Damage to your professional reputation
- Damages for personal humiliation
Whatever the particulars of your claim happen to be, our Austin legal team can help you develop a legal strategy with which we can help you fight for the compensation you need to offset all the financial burdens associated with your employer’s illegal actions.
Consult with a SOX Violations Attorney in Austin
If your employer has taken retaliatory action against you for engaging in any activity protected by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, you should speak with an Austin SOX attorney at The Melton Law Firm about what legal action may now be available to you. To speak with an employment attorney in Austin about your employer’s liability, please call our Austin offices at (512) 330-0017 today.