For more than 25 years, Larry Gaydos has represented public and private companies, their executives, and Audit Committees in federal and state government investigations involving numerous government agencies including the Department of Justice, the Securities Exchange Commission, the Department of Defense, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Agriculture, Homeland Security, the Internal Revenue Service, the Texas Attorney General's office, as well as the United States Senate and the United States House of Representatives.
Larry conducts internal corporate investigations, represents clients before government agencies, coordinates with outside auditors and litigates in both civil and criminal courts. While his clients come from many diverse business areas, his representations include many prominent national corporations in the energy field and defense industry. He has extensive experience in antitrust, federal securities, defense procurement, foreign trade, environmental, and general criminal matters.
Larry is a distinguished graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and served as an officer in the Army Corps of Engineers and the Judge Advocate General's Corps for 13 years. In private practice he served as a Regional Chair of the American Bar Association White Collar Crime Committee and is past President of the State Bar of Texas Antitrust and Business Litigation Section. He was recognized as a Texas Super Lawyer in the areas of Antitrust Litigation, White Collar Criminal Defense, and Corporate Governance and Compliance. He is currently the President of the Arlington Bar Association.