Tesia Stanley focuses on complex commercial litigation matters, including securities litigation and intellectual property litigation. She has a background in public finance and has experience working on a broad spectrum of tax-exempt financings for state and local governments across the country. She advises clients on federal securities law materiality standards, regulatory compliance, and enforcement actions.
Tesia is a former staff member of the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board. Before that, she was a research specialist for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Pro Bono Experience
Co-author, “Commentary: SEC Uses Muscle To Push New Secondary Market Disclosure,” The Bond Buyer, January 28, 2014
Co-author, “Commentary: SEC Enforcement Shifts Focus to Muni Issuers in 2013,” The Bond Buyer, August 16, 2013
Co-author, “SEC Fraud Charges against Harrisburg Have Implications for Secondary Market Disclosures,” Westlaw Journal / Securities Litigation & Regulation, May 29, 2013
University of Utah, S. J. Quinney College of Law (J.D., with high honors, 2010)
Recipient, William H. Leary Scholar Award; Editor, Utah Law Review
University of Utah (B.A. 2006)