Teresa Goody Guillén has a broad-based securities and corporate practice that includes SEC investigations, securities litigation, assistance interacting with regulators and the government, and general securities and corporate advice. Her practice reflects years of experience in corporate governance, regulatory compliance and disclosure, crises management, strategic international business, and anti-corruption and fraud examination. She has wide-ranging experience as a litigator, federal government regulator, business adviser, compliance facilitator, chief executive and operating officer, and board director. She often acts as outside general counsel to emerging and established companies, guiding them on legal and strategic business matters, and helping companies raise capital, often with exempt offerings under Regulations D, A+ and CF. Teresa’s experience includes issues associated with blockchain technology and cryptocurrency, and she is frequently requested to speak on issues related to digital assets, particularly as it relates to the application of the federal securities laws. Clients often call on her combined business and legal background, along with her astute judgment and solutions-oriented, pragmatic approach.
A recognized authority on corporate governance and regulatory compliance affairs, Teresa has appeared on CNBC, Fox Business Channel and Bloomberg. She is called upon to serve as an expert in court cases on corporate governance and fiduciary duties, and lectures at Georgetown McDonough School of Business on corporate governance, mitigating corporate risk and entrepreneurship. Teresa has also published articles in leading professional and academic journals and texts on corporate governance, and regulatory and compliance issues.