Brune & Richard LLP
Brune & Richard focuses on white collar defense and commercial litigation. Our highly skilled lawyers have successfully represented individuals and entities in federal and state courts and in criminal investigations and regulatory matters.
Size of Organization: 19
Year Established: 1998Web Site: http://www.bruneandrichard.com
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Brune & Richard LLP represents a wide variety of individuals and companies in commercial litigation and white-collar matters throughout the country. Our commercial cases have included securities fraud, breach of contract, trade secret, intellectual property, successor liability, and consumer class actions. Our white-collar practice handles SEC investigations and enforcement actions, criminal investigations and proceedings, and regulatory matters. Our white-collar matters have included alleged securities fraud, insider trading, tax fraud, bank fraud, and government contract fraud. Brune & Richard's highly skilled trial and appellate attorneys bring experience, commitment, and creativity to each of their matters and provide top representation for their clients.
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U.S. Federal Litigation Activity
Highest number of cases by Brune & Richard LLP:
Securities (5 cases in past two years)
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Documents by Brune & Richard LLP on Martindale.com
A Year Post 'Janus'
February 19, 2013, previously published by The Recorder on July 2, 2012
In Janus Capital Group v. First Derivative Traders, 131 S. Ct. 2296 (2011), the Supreme Court sharply limited the scope of primary liability for false and misleading statements under §10(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and Rule 10b-5. That decision has had significant effects on SEC...
Jury Instructions: Key Topics in Federal White Collar Cases
Susan Brune, February 19, 2013
The right jury charge can make a difference between acquittal and conviction. The right charge can focus the jury and require it to confront directly whether the government has met its burden of proof on key defense issues. Proposing and advocating for clear and fair instructions in the trial court...