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TELG Associate Quoted by The Raleigh News & Observer
Tom Harrington, an associate at The Employment Law Group® law firm, was quoted in a December 3, 2009 article published by The Raleigh News & Observer. The article, “Tony Rand accused of insider trading,” discusses accusations of insider trading by Paul Feldman, the former President of Law Enforcement Associates. Mr. Feldman claims he was unlawfully terminated after leading LEA for more than 19 years. He has filed an administrative complaint with the Department of Labor alleging LEA fired him because he disclosed information to federal authorities, and participated in investigations by federal authorities, about conduct by LEA that violated rules of the Securities and Exchange Commission, federal laws, rules and regulations relating to securities fraud and fraud against shareholders, and various other federal laws. His insider trading allegations implicate as many as 50 North Carolina politicians. North Carolina state senator Tony Rand, chairman of LEA’s board, recently announced that he will step down from his position as Senate Majority Leader.
Mr. Feldman is represented by The Employment Law Group® law firm. To learn more about the firm’s Whistleblower Practice, click here.
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