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TORONTO INSIDER TRADING DEFENCE LAWYERS

Insider Trading – Ontario Securities Fraud Lawyer

When stories involving accusations of insider trading break, they can almost instantly have a negative effect on the personal and professional reputations of the financial professionals involved and the industry as a whole. If you face accusations of insider trading or are currently the subject of an investigation, it is important to immediately seek the counsel of a skilled criminal defence lawyer.

Toronto insider trading defence lawyer Damien R. Frost has been practicing since 1981 and is committed to achieving favourable outcomes for his clients in these complex cases. He represents corporate officers and other professionals who are accused of using non-public information to profit from the sale of securities.

Insider Trading and Tipping Are Serious Regulatory Crimes With Criminal Implications

Being found guilty of insider trading, tipping or other forms of securities fraud, can impact your career and reputation in a number of ways. From a regulatory perspective, you could lose your license to trade securities and face significant fines for your actions. Depending on the severity of your situation, you could face criminal sanctions such as incarceration and substantial fines.

Beyond the legal implications of your case, should an awareness of such an investigation become public, it may permanently damage your reputation with colleagues, clients and the public. Mr. Frost and his associates work diligently to handle these cases in a discreet manner, protecting the privacy and reputation of their clients.

Don’t Wait Until You’ve Been Charged

Before speaking to investigators about the accusations against you, contact Damien R. Frost or one of his associates for a free initial consultation. You can reach his firm by phone by calling 416-923-1900.

I was charged along with nine other physicians with fraud against OHIP. I was also the subject of a complaint before the College of Physicians and Surgeons arising from the same allegations. I was assigned counsel by the Canadian Medical Protective Association (CMPA). On the advice of a friend who was a Crown Counsel I insisted that I be allowed to retain Mr. Frost. I am very pleased that I was allowed to do so. Mr. Frost (together with Ms. Samantha Peeris) provided me with first class representation. He convinced the Crown to drop the charges against me. His office always kept me informed in a timely fashion of any developments. He clearly understood the impact of these allegations on my professional reputation. Mr. Frost always maintained a very low profile. Mr. Frost went on to represent me before the College of Physicians and Surgeons ensuring that no disciplinary was taken. I continue to practice medicine in my area of expertise.

Dr. C.

Members of The Criminal Lawyers Association, Toronto Lawyers Association, Ontario Bar Association 
and Advocates' Society.

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