Are you involved in a securities litigation and in need of an experienced lawyer to take over your case? Whether you are a broker, venture capital firm, shareholder or investor involved a securities dispute, you need a business attorney who understands the deep complexities of securities litigation and can navigate them with a high degree of accuracy and detail.
Securities law is one of the most complex legal fields, including numerous layers of state and federal regulations. All parties involved in the securities industry – from brokers and venture capital firms to shareholders and investors – have important rights, interests, and duties under the law. In the wake of the Enron scandal, the securities industry has become even more intensely regulated and closely scrutinized. For example, brokers must comply with heightened disclosure requirements. The proliferation of securities legislation has led to a great number of high-stakes, complex litigation cases.
I have extensive experience and success in the practice of securities law and litigation in Tulsa and throughout the Midwest, handling fraud claims under the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as well as successfully representing clients on both the plaintiffs’ and defendants' sides. Past clients include securities brokers, investors, shareholders, and bondholders. When you hire me, you can rest assured knowing you are getting a respected, knowledgeable and experienced securities litigator on your side.
RESOLVING YOUR SECURITIES LITIGATION CASE
Since securities laws are extremely intricate, it's of utmost importance to navigate your case with the highest degree of diligence, thoroughness, and aggressive evaluation. Upon consultation, I'll begin my work investigating and assessing your case, conducting interviews, reviewing pleadings, discovering relevant facts and information, and more. Once I've completed the first steps, I'll begin creating your deposition and strategizing for your case.
Defending through trial may seem like the only option, but it doesn't have to be. There exist opportunities to settle. Knowing when and how to approach the situation is an exercise in effective diplomacy and negotiation.