Defending Those Accused of Federal Securities Violations

Recently, cases of insider trading on Wall Street have received national attention. While it can be tempting to use insider information for profit, the penalties for investor fraud and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) violations are serious and far-reaching. The federal government actively investigates and prosecutes those accused of insider trading in federal courts across the country.

Experienced New York Insider Trading Lawyer

With so much at stake on a professional and personal level for the accused, experienced representation is necessary. With more than 15 years of working in the federal criminal defense field, New York insider trading lawyer Nishay K. Sanan, Esq., understands the future is on the line for his clients who can face jail time, penalties and lifelong disbarment from the financial industry. He works diligently to prevent the harsh consequences of conviction and preserve his clients’ freedoms.

Who Can Be Charged With Insider Trading?

Any individual possessing inside information from his or her job with the company can be involved with insider trading. However, insider trading usually involves senior company officials or investors such as:

  • Company directors
  • Corporate officers
  • Controlling shareholders
  • Majority shareholders

New York federal crimes lawyer Nishay Sanan brings a unique level of sophistication and experience to insider trading and securities fraud defense. Every case of investor fraud is handled with the utmost discretion while maintaining open communication with the client. Attorney Nishay K. Sanan is aggressive yet thorough and detailed in building defenses against these serious charges. Through every step of the legal process, he works tirelessly to achieve positive outcomes in even the most difficult insider trading cases.

Contact a Manhattan Stock Fraud Lawyer: Free Consultation

If you are under investigation or accused of insider trading in New York, federal criminal defense attorney Nishay K. Sanan, Esq., can help. Please call 312-692-0360 or 888-335-6504. You can also contact his Manhattan law firm online. While initial consultations are free, clients may be asked to compensate for travel expenses.