Whether representing international corporations, financial institutions, or boards of directors, Richard Guiltinan uses an analytical approach to solve complex problems facing his clients.
In addition to his litigation experience, Richard has helped clients respond to investigations and subpoenas from a broad array of federal and state agencies, such as the Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the FBI, and the Office of the Texas Attorney General. Richard understands that such matters are particularly sensitive for his clients, and he focuses on resolving such matters quickly and expeditiously, while trying to minimize any disruption on his clients’ business, operations, and public relations.
Richard is a member of the Dallas Bar Association and has spoken about developments in securities litigation. He recently co-authored an article in the Securities Regulation Law Journal about the impact of the Supreme Court’s Halliburton II decision on the fraud-on-the-market presumption in securities fraud class actions. Richard is also committed to pro bono initiatives, such as representing clients seeking name changes in Texas family court.
Selected Speeches and Publications
- “Civility and Ethics,” moderator, 30th Annual Federal Civil Practice Seminar, January 20, 2016.
- “Opinion Disclosures after Omnicare Potential Pitfalls in Registration Statements,” presentation, Dallas Bar Association Securities Section, July 27, 2015.