My law firm focuses its practice exclusively on representing those in high-stakes, complex securities cases nationwide. The firm represents those under SEC and FINRA investigation, as well as those who have already been charged by securities regulators and the government. We also zealously fight to recover investment losses for defrauded stock market investors, and defend securities professionals in promissory note cases in FINRA arbitrations.
As a former SEC Attorney and Prosecutor with over twenty five years of experience, I bring to the table for each of my clients seasoned and practical judgment, intimate knowledge of the securities industry and strategic, creative thought. My philosophy of the practice of law is “old school” – individualized attention, responsiveness to client concerns, and a constant focus on navigating the client through often stressful and difficult times to achieve the best possible resolution.
David and his firm represented me this week. His knowledge, patience and professionalism far exceeded my expectations. If you want the best results ~ you hire the best. Look no further than this gentleman. Thanks again David!!
David R. Chase, a securities lawyer, has an extensive background in SEC and FINRA securities regulatory defense, as well as the representation of defrauded stock market investors in cases to recover their investment losses.
Mr. Chase began his legal career at Greenberg Traurig, an international law firm in Miami, where he represented securities and financial firms in securities cases and SEC and FINRA investigations.
Thereafter, he accepted a position as Staff Counsel in the Enforcement Division of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, where he worked for almost four years, ultimately obtaining the title of Senior Counsel. For part of that time, Mr. Chase served as a Special Assistant United States Attorney in the U.S. Attorney’s Office – Economic Crimes Division in the Southern District of Florida. While a Government prosecutor handling exclusively securities fraud cases, Mr. Chase was involved in matters involving insider trading, Ponzi schemes, market manipulations, municipal bond fraud and broker-dealer retail sales practice violations.