White collar criminal defense attorneys focused on insider trading
Our attorneys focus almost exclusively on issues related to financial regulations at the state and federal level. Our experience with civil and criminal cases can be used in your best interests if you face charges of insider trading or you have lost an investment due to unethical behavior by your broker.
We will use our knowledge of securities law and experience to investigate every significant detail of your case. You may be a corporate president, company director, large shareholder, or employee of a company and be accused of insider trading. These accusations carry serious consequences even if you are not convicted. As a former securities regulator and securities fraud prosecutor who has handled multiple insider trading cases Alan Baskin is uniquely suited to help you. Minimize the risk of conviction, protect your livelihood, and defend your reputation with an experienced white collar and insider trading attorney on your side. Contact an attorney at Bade Baskin Richards.
Accused in Arizona of using insider information to your advantage in a financial transaction?
Whether the insider trading occurred in a real estate transaction, in a stock purchase or sale, bond or other financial transaction, if you are convicted of using non-public information to influence your sale or purchase of a commodity, you face fines, prison time, and loss of your professional license.
The crime carries serious penalties and repercussions for your professional life. If you are suspected of insider trading, the SEC will meticulously study your behavior. They will zealously investigate your paper trail and pursue a conviction. If you are found guilty, you could be prevented from trading securities in the future. Or, you could face penalties of a harsher quality including prison time and massive fines. Minimize your exposure to such risk with an attorney from Bade Baskin Richards: Maricopa County's white collar criminal law firm.
A Phoenix white collar law firm widely experienced with cases of insider trading
Our attorneys have vast experience working with multiple agencies, multiple jurisdictions, and multiple administrative bodies that oversee financial regulations in Arizona and throughout the United States. We are more than familiar with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and state securities regulators such as the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC). We also have extensive experience with numerous state and federal courts.
Whether you are a broker who has been charged with insider trading or you are an investor who has lost assets due to an illegal or unethical action by your financial adviser-failure to supervise, pump & dump, securities fraud-our financial law attorneys can help on whichever side of the courtroom you sit.