Frank focuses on securities and on complex commercial disputes. His practice includes representing both public and private companies and their directors and officers in class action and derivative suits including mergers and acquisitions and other transactions that implicate directors' and officers' fiduciary duties. Frank also represents corporations, officers, directors, accountants, and other individuals in SEC investigations and enforcement proceedings.
Frank has significant jury and nonjury trial experience in federal court. He has litigated in various state and federal courts throughout the country and has arbitrated extensively before the Financial Industry Regulatory Agency (FINRA, formerly NASD, and the NYSE) as well as the American Arbitration Association and JAMS. He also has mediated a number of disputes before those same bodies.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Francis J. Earley