Tom Krysa advises clients in securities litigation and enforcement matters, government investigations, and complex commercial disputes. With more than 17 years of government experience at the forefront of securities enforcement, litigation and trials, Tom’s counsel is sought by clients looking for critical thinking, unique insights and extensive expertise with regulatory challenges faced by companies, boards of directors, and individuals.
At the SEC, Tom oversaw the Denver Regional Office’s enforcement efforts across seven western states. He also served as Supervisory Trial Counsel and Trial Counsel, responsible for litigating securities enforcement matters in federal district courts and before administrative law judges. Tom litigated and supervised matters involving insider trading, financial fraud, broker-dealer and investment adviser misconduct, market timing, market manipulation and auditor negligence. Prior to that, Tom was a federal prosecutor for the Department of Justice, in Washington, D.C., prosecuting criminal tax and other white-collar matters in federal district courts.
Tom represents his client’s interests in matters involving the SEC, the Department of Justice (DOJ), the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB), the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and other federal and state regulators. Tom utilizes his extensive trial experience to solve his clients’ problems short of government action, while at the same time preserving their interests should litigation or trial become necessary. Tom’s practice includes conducting internal investigations for corporations, audit committees and boards of directors. He also represents clients in complex commercial litigation and in civil tax controversies and related litigation.