Corporate Officer Representation
When our client is a corporate officer, they are often facing charges from government agencies or the company they served for inappropriate actions. An officer or director can be held liable for violations of regulations under many different government entities, including the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Department of Justice (DOJ), FDCA, FDIC, and many other agencies. Corporate officers can also be facing commercial litigation lawsuits from their own companies, accused of making decisions that were in their own best interests instead of the companies.
Corporate officer liability cases often begin with investigations of wrongdoing, either by the company they serve or a government agency. Our litigation team at QuinnLaw works to subvert further legal action against our client during the investigative stage, and if necessary, represent them if and when charges or a civil lawsuit is filed.