Securities Fraud Lawyer | Dallas, TX
In the wake of insider trading scandals on Wall Street, many people readily assume that any company or individual under investigation for securities fraud is guilty — no questions asked.
Mr. Guthrie is also keenly aware of the fact that publicity regarding allegations of securities fraud can be as damaging as an actual conviction to a person’s business and personal reputation. Dan has significant experience representing his clients in the media when news coverage makes it necessary. However, he understands that the best defense against white collar crimes being tried in the media is thorough and proactive legal representation that prevents a grand jury indictment.
Whether you’re under investigation for insider trading or a material misrepresentation to investors related to a securities transaction, call or contact defense lawyer Dan C. Guthrie, Jr., today.
Protecting You and You Alone
Mr. Guthrie has successfully defended individual and corporate clients in fraud investigations by Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
Because he is a sole practitioner, clients of Mr. Guthrie’s firm can feel confident that an experienced attorney will actually do the work of preparing and presenting their defense as opposed to a young inexperienced associate. There will be no hidden conflicts of interest or agendas at work. This is especially important to individuals charged in connection with larger, highly publicized corporate scandals, as they can be made scapegoats if not careful.
Mr. Guthrie works with teams of forensic accountants, computer forensic experts and investigators who were formerly special agents with the FBI and IRS. He uses the latest technology available to investigate and analyze all forms of electronically stored information (ESI) and routinely handles complex cases with voluminous documents.
Schedule an initial phone consultation or a face-to-face meeting with defense lawyer Dan C. Guthrie, Jr.; call us at 214-953-1000 or contact the firm online today.