Skilled Securities Attorney Advises Washington, D.C.-area Clients
Accomplished lawyer handles lawsuits and arbitration proceedings
Securities law cases require effective counsel from an attorney who understands these complex actions. At Dennis E. Boyle, Attorney at Law, I have litigated securities actions and other types of intricate corporate cases for three decades. Whether you seek assistance on a regulatory matter, a Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) proceeding, or some other type of securities law concern, I provide clear guidance on the relevant law and your likelihood of success. If your matter results in litigation, my firm has the ability and background to assert your rights in a thorough, professional manner.
Boutique firm litigates securities cases in Pennsylvania and Maryland
Allegations concerning dishonest or incompetent securities dealers trigger numerous legal questions that require advice from a seasoned legal advocate, I can analyze your situation and advise you of options such as:
- Lawsuits — Stock prices fluctuate constantly, and when investors take a loss, they often claim that they were misled by their broker or financial advisor. When this occurs, my firm has the background to assess whether a justifiable claim exists or the change resulted from normal market forces. I deliver sound counsel so that clients can anticipate how their matter will proceed and decide whether to go to court or pursue a settlement. I have handled more than 200 jury trials and will vigorously assert your rights in court.
- SEC enforcement — Since 1934, the Securities and Exchange Commission has set forth rules for securities transactions and led enforcement against accused violators. My understanding of the relevant rules and their real-world application gives clients an advantage in compliance matters and administrative actions.
- FINRA arbitration — Many securities disputes are resolved through arbitration conducted by FINRA. In this type of alternative dispute resolution, both parties can save time and expense by having their issues adjudicated outside of court. Once a Statement of Claims is filed with FINRA, either a single arbitrator or a small panel is designated to hear testimony and determine whether a violation occurred.
Throughout any of these proceedings, I keep my clients fully apprised of each development and work diligently to achieve their specific goals.
Contact a Washington, D.C., securities lawyer for a initial consultation
Dennis E. Boyle, Attorney at Law represents clients in a full range of securities actions as well as fraud and white collar defense cases. Please call me at (202) 430 1900 or contact me online to schedule a consultation. My office is in Washington, D.C., and I also practice in Maryland and Pennsylvania.