Keesal, Young & Logan represents firms and individuals in securities arbitration, litigation and regulatory matters. For over 40 years, we have tried and arbitrated thousands of cases for major brokerage firms, investment banks, regional firms, discount brokerages, investment management firms and bank-owned brokerage firms. No firm in the country has tried and arbitrated as many securities disputes during the last four decades.
Keesal, Young & Logan also frequently represents senior executives, brokers and other registered personnel when they require individual representation. The cases range from multi-district class actions, SEC and SRO investigations and enforcement actions, collection matters, and employment litigation, to a wide variety of customer disputes. Keesal, Young & Logan also represents issuers and corporate executives in securities matters relating to public offerings, regulatory investigations, contractual disputes, private placements and shareholder litigation.
Keesal, Young & Logan has extensive experience in handling SEC and other securities enforcement investigations. In addition to our broad experience and depth of talent in civil securities matters, the Keesal, Young & Logan securities practice team includes former criminal prosecutors from our white-collar criminal defense team that can assist in insuring that both civil and criminal risks and exposures are competently addressed. Keesal, Young & Logan’s combined securities and white-collar practice group makes our firm ideally suited to handle the most complex securities matters.
The firm’s attorneys appear in federal and state courts, SRO arbitration forums, administrative hearings and federal and state agencies across the United States.