At the law offices of John McDuff, I represent clients in litigation centering on allegations of insider trading and corporate fraud. I have brought lawsuits on behalf of plaintiffs who have been harmed by insider trading, as well as protected the interests of parties who have been accused of insider trading.

I bring 20 years of experience in business litigation, including insider trading disputes. I take cases in Travis County and Central Texas. Contact my Austin office at 512.457.1177 to speak with an insider trading litigation attorney.

Insider Trading Litigation

Laws against insider trading are designed to prevent corporate insiders from profiting off of non-public information. Examples of insider trading include:

  • Corporate executives, board members and employees trading company securities after learning about significant, confidential developments that affect the company’s stock
  • Friends and relatives of the above parties who traded securities after learning about such developments
  • Employees of banks, law firms and other companies that gain such information in providing services to the company and trade securities based on that knowledge
  • Government officials and employees who use non-public information to profit from trading stock

In handling insider trading litigation matters, I employ my background in business litigation and as a CPA to demonstrate that corporate insiders misused non-public information.

I also aggressively defend the interests of businesses and individuals who have been accused of insider trading and corporate fraud.

Whatever side of an insider trading dispute you are on, I will work to help you achieve a favorable, cost-effective outcome. I thoroughly prepare every case for trial, while pursuing settlements and compromises acceptable to clients.

Call my Austin office at 512.457.1177, or contact me online to discuss your case with an experienced Austin lawyer.

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