Andrea Robinson has three decades of experience defending securities, insurance sales practice and other financial services and commercial litigation nationwide. She has also represented public companies, financial services companies, financial institutions and their officers and directors in connection with SEC, FINRA and other regulatory investigations, as well as civil enforcement actions. Ms. Robinson has defended numerous individual, derivative and class actions, including cases involving challenges to disclosures and financial services, alleged accounting improprieties, insider trading, market manipulation and insurance and annuity sales practice misconduct. Her enforcement practice has encompassed wide-ranging issues, including alleged insider trading, options backdating, accounting improprieties, revenue sharing, market timing, failures to supervise, challenges to disclosures, gifts and gratuities, sales practice and suitability issues. In addition, she has conducted internal investigations, counseled corporate clients regarding litigation avoidance strategies and compliance programs, and advised boards of directors regarding their fiduciary and other obligations.
In 1994, Ms. Robinson served as a special assistant district attorney for Middlesex County, prosecuting criminal cases for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.