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Young, Eric - Media, PA

35 East State StreetMedia, PA 19063

Updated: 08/03/2018

Media Securities Fraud Litigation on Behalf of Taft-Hartley Pension Funds Lawyer

Overview

Eric Young joined the Firm in as Senior Counsel in 2010. In addition to serving as Senior Counsel at SFMS, Eric is the founding partner of McEldrew Young, Attorneys-at-Law, a firm that specializes in the representation of whistleblowers throughout the United States and abroad.

Eric is a seasoned trial lawyer with a track record of success in whistleblower litigation and class actions. In addition to helping secure the first-ever mandatory tax fraud whistleblower reward (22% of the IRS...

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