Aguirre Law, APC continues Gary Aguirre’s approach to the practice of law: a commitment to excellence in representing each client, the ability to innovate legal solutions tailored to the client’s needs, and the courtroom skills to achieve a successful result (see Aguirre Bio).
The firm’s practice areas focus on the deceptive or unlawful conduct of financial institutions, public companies and their executives which cause harm to their own investors (See Investment Fraud), other market participants (See Market Abuse), or the public (See Whistleblower pages).
The firm offers its services primarily to two classes of clients: (1) those harmed by unlawful or deceptive conduct of financial institutions and public companies and (2) whistleblowers seeking rewards for reporting the same type of conduct to government.
The firm focuses on these practice areas and clients for several reasons.
First, in choosing these practice areas and clients, the firm becomes a part of the cure for the financial viruses which now afflict the nation’s capital markets.
Second, the firm’s narrow focus keeps its expertise on the cutting edge in ways that best serve the common interests of the clients it represents. Learning the new ways financial institutions cheat investors from whistleblowers also helps the firm better represent investors who are victimized by similar deceptive devices. Likewise, gaining expertise in financial fraud by representing investors helps the firm better represent its whistleblower clients who report financial fraud to government.
Finally, the singularity and clarity of purpose was the hallmark of Mr. Aguirre’s prior law firm, Aguirre & Eckmann, which was the leading law firm in California in its field, according to California Lawyer Magazine. More commonly, law firms claiming to be the “jack of all trades” become the “master of none.”
Because of the firm’s singularity and clarity of purpose, Mr. Aguirre continuously refines his grasp of the changing dynamics that affect the financial industry and securities regulation. He is therefore better able to serve the firm’s clients. Not surprisingly, Mr. Aguirre is frequently asked to share his views regarding the financial industry and its regulation on national and international television and radio, by financial industry journalists, at industry conferences, and in publications for securities
attorneys. (See News & Events)