Firm Overview

Since 2002, Bruno & Degenhardt has represented domestic and international clients in numerous federal judicial districts throughout the country, including in New York, Washington D.C., Virginia, Florida, California, Georgia, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas and Wisconsin. The firm is highly regarded for its expertise in domestic and cross-border white collar criminal cases and securities enforcement matters.

We primarily represent individual and institutional clients in connection with matters initiated by the U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, the Federal Trade Commission and various state law-enforcement agencies, including the New York State Attorney General’s Office.

Our attorneys are well known for providing an agressive/proactive response to a wide array of federal charges, including conspiracy, securities fraud, mail and wire fraud, public corruption, mortgage fraud, bank fraud, tax fraud, bankruptcy fraud, money laundering, honest services fraud, health care fraud, obstruction of justice and violations of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO).

As a result of our attorneys’ specialized background and experience, the firm enjoys a nationwide reputation for effective and resourceful representation in connection with securities fraud cases, including insider trading, hedge fund fraud, “portfolio pumping,” financial fraud, market manipulation, private placement fraud and claims of deceptive trading, and market-making practices involving broker-dealers and other securities professionals.

In addition to guiding clients through trials, settlements and sentencing, the firm also provides litigation-avoidance advice and other confidential counseling. Combining experience, innovative representation and a cost-efficient, results oriented approach, Bruno & Degenhardt is a logical choice to navigate the inevitable challenges encountered during the course of complex litigation. SELECT CASES >>