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Jeffrey B. Maletta

Jeffrey Maletta represents public and private companies, broker-dealers, investment companies and their advisors, and individuals in securities and corporate litigation, and in investigations by the Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission involving the federal securities laws and related statutes. Jeffrey also advises law firms and individual attorneys on professional responsibility issues.

Prior to practicing at the firm, Jeffrey served as law clerk to Barrington D. Parker, United States District Judge for the District of Columbia, and in the Office of General Counsel of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Jeffrey is listed in The Best Lawyers in America for Litigation - Securities (2015–2020).

  • American Bar Association, Business Law and Litigation Sections, Federal Reg. of Securities Committee
  • Adjunct Professor, Georgetown University Law Center, 2006-2016
Additional Thought Leadership Pages
  • Co-Author, “Securities Litigation,” in Business and Commercial Litigation in the Federal Courts, West Group, 3d ed., 2011
  • Co-Author, “Litigating SEC Injunctive Actions” and author “Ethical Issues” chapters, SEC Enforcement Manual, American Bar Association, 2d ed. 2007
  • Co-Author, "Investment Management Newsletter," K&L Gates publication, Winter 2007
  • Co-Author, “Standards for Professional Conduct” in Sarbanes-Oxley Act: Planning & Compliance, Aspen, 2006
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