Stanley "Stan" Twardy, the firm's Managing Partner, is a leading corporate litigator. His practice is focused on helping clients with criminal, civil and regulatory investigations conducted by federal and state agencies.
Clients have included Fortune 500 companies, executives of these companies and others involved in federal and state criminal, regulatory and Securities and Exchange Commission investigations.
Stan has argued many civil and criminal cases in both federal and state appellate courts. In addition, he has been counsel of record in several cases before the Supreme Court of the United States.
As a result of Stan's efforts, the Department of Justice declined to bring criminal charges against two companies, one an international financial services business and the other a Fortune 100 company, which had allegedly engaged in accounting fraud. Previously, he achieved noncriminal resolutions for publicly held companies in the healthcare, insurance, energy and banking industries. He has achieved similar successful results for numerous individuals.
Stan has appeared in major publications, including Christian Science Monitor, Reuters, ABC News, New York Times, Bloomberg, Law360, Fortune, and USA Today. In addition, he has been a prolific author, co-author and speaker. Since the late 1990s, he has been published or has spoken over one hundred times on issues relating to complex corporation regulatory issues.
He has consistently earned the highest professional ratings, including Martindale-Hubbell and Best Lawyers. In addition, public and private organizations throughout New England and beyond have often turned to Stan. For example, he has served on Connecticut's Advisory Panel on Judicial Appointments, the Special Olympics World Summer Games Organizing Committee and the Trinity College board of trustees.