New York City, New York 10112
David Siegal is a Partner in the New York office of Haynes and Boone, and co-chair of the firm’s White Collar Criminal Defense Practice Group. His practice focuses on government enforcement defense and internal investigations, as well as sophisticated securities fraud, complex commercial litigation, and cybercrime and data security.
David's enforcement defense and investigation experience includes:
Representing a Chief Executive Officer and Director of several related foreign investment companies and financial institutions in connection with the Department of Justice's Tax Division investigation into an alleged multi-million dollar corporate tax fraud.
Representing a national investment advisory firm in connection with a Securities and Exchange Commission "pay to play" investigation.
Representing a financial advisor at a Fortune 100 Wall Street financial institution in connection with a Department of Justice cross-border insider trading investigation.
Representing an executive of a Fortune 100 Wall Street financial institution in RMBS investigations by the Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission and state regulatory authorities.
Representing a foreign corporation in a Bitcoin exchange related federal grand jury investigation.
Representing an internet technology executive in connection with a Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) investigation.
Representing a hedge fund analyst in connection with a Department of Justice expert network insider trading investigation.
Representing a Managing Director of an offshore equities trading subsidiary of a major Wall Street financial institution in connection with Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission investigations into alleged trading improprieties.
Advising a cash handling and processing company concerning shifting state and federal law and policy regarding medical marijuana distribution and decriminalization initiatives.
Advising a service technology company in connection with an investigation into a rogue employee’s data intrusion and theft of trade secrets.
Representing a trading desk executive at a Fortune 100 Wall Street financial institution in Securities and Exchange Commission and FINRA investigations relating to market access regulations.
Representing several former credit-derivatives traders of a Fortune 100 Wall Street financial institution in connection with a FINRA investigation concerning complex financial instrument trading practices and procedures.
Representing a former investment banking division chief of a Fortune 100 Wall Street financial institution in connection with a Securities and Exchange Commission FCPA investigation into alleged improper payments to government officials in Asia.
Representing an investment advisor who testified in the trial of a criminal insider trading case in the Southern District of New York.
|Areas of Practice||1) White Collar Criminal Defense, 2) Litigation/Trial Practice, 3) SEC Enforcement, 4) Banking and Financial Services Litigation, 5) Business Litigation, 6) Investment Funds and Private Equity, 7) Regulatory Compliance and 8) Securities Class Action Defense and Shareholder Lit|
|Law School||Stanford Law School (J.D., 1992)|
|Education||Cornell University (A.B.,1989)|
|Bar Member / Association||New York State Bar Association|
|Most recent firm||Haynes and Boone, LLP|
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