Known for his thorough preparation and persistence, Paul Roshka has a national practice representing companies, their directors, officers, and employees during investigations and enforcement/disciplinary proceedings involving potential violations of the federal and state securities laws, and other financial regulatory statutes and rules. He has handled matters initiated by almost every SEC Regional Office and FINRA District Office, and their Home Offices in Washington, D.C.
He is also a recognized bet-the-company litigator. Paul has defended securities/financial claims in federal and state court, including class action defense. He is a seasoned litigator trusted to resolve our clients’ disputes. Paul and the lawyers he supervises know it is important to keep clients informed, and provide value for the services they render. He handles arbitrations and mediations nationwide. He also serves as a mediator in securities and complex matters involving real estate and other financial claims.
Paul’s passion for resolving complex disputes is equally matched by his passion for positively impacting his community. He has spearheaded numerous significant charitable efforts that have directly and positively impacted the lives of thousands of Arizona children and families. He is a Chairman Emeritus of Phoenix Children’s Hospital, a Past Chairman of the Hospital’s Foundation, Past Chairman of the Children’s Cancer Center and Past Chairman of Phoenix Suns Charities. Paul has served on the Boards of the Salvation Army and Xavier College Preparatory School. Paul is currently on the Board of Southwest Human Development, an organization that seeks to create a positive future for every child.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Paul J. Roshka, Jr.