Mr. Hoffman is an experienced counselor for securities, enforcement, and white-collar defense clients. Mr. Hoffman represents entities and individuals in government and self-regulatory organization investigations and proceedings. He also conducts corporate internal investigations and defends shareholder class action and derivative lawsuits. His matters have included, among other things, potential Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) concerns; financial reporting and disclosure issues; matters concerning investment advisors and private equity firms; alleged insider trading; and matters relating to the Financial Crisis of 2008. Mr. Hoffman also maintains a commercial litigation practice.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Brian N. Hoffman