Financial Services Enforcement & Litigation
No matter the financial products involved, the nature of the proceedings, or the forums in which the proceedings are set, we represent financial services providers and other clients in their most significant disputes.
From coast to coast, we assemble teams with the insight to handle commercial, enforcement, and criminal litigation matters.
Consumer & Banking Enforcement
We navigate clients through regulatory scrutiny and difficult investigations while minimizing cost, disruption, and reputational impact.
Consumer & Banking Litigation
DWT's strength in retail and consumer-focused banking issues comes to the fore in both litigation and regulatory enforcement proceedings.
Futures & Derivatives
Our lawyers have handled regulatory matters and disputes involving commodities, futures, and derivatives from within the highest levels of government, industry, and private practice.
Securities Arbitration & ADR
Our attorneys are nationally recognized by clients, peers and securities industry regulators for excellence in securities arbitration at FINRA and other self-regulatory forums.
We understand the language, rules, and processes of securities enforcement authorities—and have the insights and judgment to secure successful outcomes.
Our securities litigation practice group has a long history of effectively resolving securities and corporate governance disputes, including high stakes shareholder class actions and derivative claims, challenges to corporate mergers and other significant transactions, and a variety of other matters.
Government enforcement cases and investigations can lead to severe legal and financial consequences—both in cases where there are allegations of criminal conduct and in those where there are not.
We're here to help. Email us with any questions or comments and we'll get you connected to the right person.
Financial Services Enforcement & Litigation: Contact Us
CAUTION - Before you proceed, please note: By clicking "submit" you agree that our review of the information contained in your e-mail and any attachments will not create an attorney-client relationship, and will not prevent any lawyer in our firm from representing a party in any matter where that information is relevant, even if you submitted the information in good faith to retain us. You also agree and understand that we may not respond to your inquiry.