Nationally recognized federal trial attorney in the areas of finance and cryptocurrency
Whether you are an individual or institutional investor involved with stocks, bonds, and mutual funds, FJ Seibert LLC can help. We can assist with SEC filings, initial public offerings (IPO) and legal disputes involving broker fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, and stockbroker negligence.
We provide legal advice on the issues most important to public and private companies, including all aspects of merger and acquisition transactions, securities matters, corporate counseling, and other transactional and securities issues.
Executors, personal representatives and trustees are legally obligated to act in the interest of all beneficiaries. If you feel that the designated person fails to exercise due care and diligence in executing his or her duties, for their own personal gain at your expense, it is important that you seek the help an experienced business lawyer.
Prior to law, I spent over a decade as a data engineer in both the Air Force and in the private sector. I’ve advised governments on securities laws issues, cryptocurrency issues, written and delivered CLE’s on securities law and cryptocurrency and delivered that training in Oregon and California. I’ve taken on state pension funds for imprudent investments, and helped create new law when Bitcoin was first thrust on the scene in federal court. I spent two and a half years on a pro bono 1983 case to help a convicted felon retain his right to a lifesaving medical treatment because I believe that community service is vital to an attorney’s life. I’ve never been known to back down from a good fight, and in my early years probably fought a little too hard on cases I shouldn’t have (but still obtained favorable settlements).
My practice covers: securities law, intellectual property rights (trademark and trade secret infringement), cryptocurrency regulatory compliance, and various contractual disputes. I’ve handled qui tam issues, arbitrations, administrative law matters, state court and federal court issues, and acted as special master to judges regarding securities law and cryptocurrency matters.
ADMISSIONS IN GOOD STANDING
Oregon State Bar – 2009.
United States District Court for the District of Columbia – 2015.
United States District Court for the District of Oregon – 2010.
United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas – 2014.
Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals – 2012.
“Mr. Seibert is a gifted orator.”
Judge Amos L. Mazzant
U.S.D.C. Eastern District of Texas, Sherman Division.
S.E.C. v. Shavers, landmark Bitcoin case.
“Mr. Seibert is certainly credentialed to practice IP law in the Rocket Docket.”
Judge Nicole Mitchell
U.S.D.C. for the Eastern District of Texas, Tyler Division.
“Mr. Seibert is a strategist, a real Bill Belichik kind a guy…”
Two-time NFL Super Bowl winning nose tackle.
Superbowl XXI (49ers), XXIV (Giants).
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