Our Securities Litigation attorneys have extensive experience representing issuers and their officers, directors, employees, accountants, financial institutions, and underwriters in civil litigation. Our attorneys have prosecuted and defended claims of securities fraud, suitability, and complex accounting issues in both state and federal courts, international tribunals, and FINRA. We also assist clients in responding to governmental and regulatory investigations, subpoenas, and enforcement proceedings. 

Our approach is multidisciplinary. Our team includes experienced white-collar criminal attorneys, former federal prosecutors, and seasoned securities and class-action litigators. This approach allows the firm to handle concurrent criminal and civil enforcement proceedings and investigations in conjunction with shareholder, derivative, and ERISA litigation.

We provide more than just substantive legal representation. We also handle the collection and review of electronic data that is a significant component of most government and internal investigations. Our group of dedicated, full-time e-discovery professionals has assisted our clients with collecting, reviewing, and producing electronic data in compliance with government agencies’ policies and procedures. Our capabilities enable us to identify, preserve, collect, review, and produce voluminous electronic information efficiently.

Our Experience

  • SEC administrative proceedings and litigation
  • FINRA administration proceedings
  • Internal investigations
  • Government inquiries and investigations
  • Securities class actions
  • Shareholder and partnership derivative litigation


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