New York Securities Litigation team recognized for outstanding results, particularly at trial, in the past year.
Thomas Giblin advises companies and individuals on a full range of civil and regulatory matters, including white collar investigations, government enforcement, and securities litigation.
Mr. Giblin helps clients navigate the complex regulatory and litigation landscape that securities issuers, accountants and auditors, and financial institutions face.
He regularly represents clients in a full spectrum of litigation and enforcement activity, including securities class action litigation and in front of the DOJ, SEC, CFTC, and others, including regulators outside of the US.
Mr. Giblin draws on a background in economics and a keen understanding of the underlying business needs of his clients. He frequently secures dismissal of securities litigation at the pleading stage and regularly resolves matters before they proceed to trial.
In addition to his commercial work, Mr. Giblin handles pro bono work. In one notable matter, he won a favorable verdict at trial for a small business owner accused of violating labor laws, and successfully argued for affirmance by the Second Circuit Court of Appeals.
During law school, he served on the editorial board of the Columbia Business Law Review. Mr. Giblin has clerked for the Honorable Gary L. Lancaster, Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania, as well as the Honorable Thomas P. Agresti, Chief Judge of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.