The Law Office of Michael A. Nagy, LLC offers experienced legal counsel to law firms throughout the United States. Attorney Nagy is uniquely qualified to help with securities law matters, particularly FINRA and SEC matters. He is available for Of Counsel and contract assignments.
Offering Securities Experience Your Clients Need
Attorney Nagy frequently provides assistance to solo practitioners and large law firms that do not specialize in securities law, but may have a client in need of counseling in this area. Attorney Nagy has the experience, industry knowledge, and skill to meet your client’s needs at a managed cost. He accepts Of Counsel assignments and contract projects from other law firms. Attorney Nagy has worked as outside counsel on a variety of complex securities matters throughout the nation, with emphasis on customer disputes and regulatory matters.
Assisting Experienced Securities Counsel
Attorney Nagy is also available on a project-by-project basis to those firms that have expertise in securities laws but need additional assistance from time to time. He previously worked as an attorney in the securities group at one of the nation’s largest law firms devoted to civil defense litigation. Consequently, he understands the demands and dynamics of a national securities practice and is positioned to assist firms in need of additional resources.
Many financial institutions and broker-dealer firms already have existing securities counsel and wish to maintain that relationship. Attorney Nagy respects these relationships and often works alongside established counsel on limited engagements as a securities litigation consultant and advisor to help carry out a specific litigation strategy and achieve important business objectives.
The Law Office of Michael A. Nagy provides large firm quality with the personal attention and economy that a boutique firm is uniquely able to offer. Contact us to discuss whether Attorney Nagy can assist in providing your client with effective representation commensurate with their objectives and expectations.