Pritchard, John F
John F Pritchard represents domestic and foreign companies and financial institutions in cases involving the federal securities laws and regulatory enforcement actions, as well as in complex commercial disputes.
He has held various leadership roles within the firm, including leading Pillsbury’s Litigation practice. He has also represented independent committees of boards of directors in numerous internal investigations directed at alleged wrongdoing by corporate officers and employees — often in a securities law enforcement context. Pritchard recently has represented a mutual fund complex in regulatory enforcement investigations and securities class actions, a semiconductor company in regulatory actions involving allegations of stock options backdating, and an integrated financial institution in an SEC enforcement investigation alleging violations of the federal securities laws.
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