Patrick Mincey, Stephen Bell and Phil Brewster represent Truth Social whistleblower Will Wilkerson (center) (Photograph used with permission from Cornell Watson).

A whistleblower and firm client’s “testimony and trove of records have challenged the main engine of [Donald J.] Trump’s post-presidential business ambitions, a venture that once commanded multibillion-dollar valuations with lofty promises to overtake the titans of American tech.”  That is according to a front-page story in the Sunday edition of a Washington Post profile of Will Wilkerson who is represented by attorneys Patrick Mincey, Stephen Bell, and Phil Brewster.  In addition to the New York Post, one of Britain’s largest news outlets, The Daily Mail in London, has also profiled Wilkerson’s whistleblowing activity.

Wilkerson was a co-founder and former senior vice president of operations at Trump Media & Technology Group (TMTG).  The representation has received extensive media attention, including March 2023 reports from The Guardian which detail Wilkerson’s cooperation with federal investigators with the Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission concerning suspicious offshore loans to TMTG with alleged Kremlin ties.

Attorney Patrick M. Mincey founded and leads the White Collar, Government Investigations & Special Matters Group at Cranfill Sumner LLP in North Carolina.  The practice group has extensive experience both representing whistleblowers and defending organizations in multi-billion-dollar international investigations.

Attorney Stephen J. Bell is partner in the White Collar, Government Investigations & Special Matters Group at Cranfill Sumner LLP in North Carolina.

Attorney Phil Brewster is the founding partner of Brewster Law Firm LLC in Winnetka, Illinois, a firm dedicated to whistleblower matters and government investigations.