Drawing on a background of securities, business law, trademark law, employment law and legal research, Trayton Oakes brings experience from working for a U.S. Senator to drafting legal research memos and trial documents for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to his securities and corporate finance practice.
Prior to joining Brownstein, Trayton worked as an honors program intern for the Securities and Exchange Commission, a research assistant at the Sturm College of Law and as a legal assistant for a Denver-based small business attorney while in law school. During his time at the Denver firm, he maintained a blog discussing small business issues with a legal focus.
He has also worked as a Series 7 and 63 FINRA licensed securities trader for a subsidiary of New York Life Insurance Co. and served as an assistant to the senior policy advisor and head speechwriter of a U.S. Senator.
Trayton served as a senior staff editor of the Denver University Law Review.