Stephen G. Stroup has substantial experience in securities and corporate governance litigation, white collar criminal defense and corporate investigations, and complex business disputes, with a particular emphasis on Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) enforcement proceedings and private actions involving accounting and financial issues. Steve is counsel in the firm’s Litigation Practice Group.
He has a proven track record of obtaining optimal results for his clients, both at trial and during the pre-trial and investigatory stages. In addition to the numerous instances in which his clients have never been charged with any criminal or regulatory violation, Steve recently obtained a full dismissal of a securities class action complaint for a publicly-traded pharmaceutical company and its chief executive officer. Steve’s successes also include a full acquittal for a corporate and securities attorney charged in a 25-count Indictment involving conspiracies to commit securities fraud and wire fraud, and exceptional settlement concessions from the SEC on behalf of a “Big Four” audit partner in an SEC enforcement action.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Stephen G. Stroup