Toby M. Galloway

Toby M. Galloway is the Chair of Winstead’s Securities Litigation & Enforcement Practice Group. He also practices in the areas of white-collar defense, governmental & internal investigations, and business litigation. Before developing his private practice, he served as an attorney with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, in roles of increasing responsibility, for more than 11 years.  During his last four years at the SEC, Toby was the chief trial counsel for the Commission’s Fort Worth Regional Office. In this capacity, he supervised all litigation for a four-station region. In addition, he handled his own caseload, prosecuting civil enforcement actions involving alleged violations of federal securities laws. He also served as a Special Assistant United States Attorney for the Northern District of Texas, prosecuting white-collar crime. (Full Bio)

Matthias Kleinsasser

Matthias Kleinsasser is a seasoned litigator with experience in federal district court, bankruptcy court, and Texas state court. He is, first and foremost, a problem solver who takes a holistic approach to each matter, considering the client’s individual goals and concerns. He is equally comfortable negotiating a resolution to a dispute out of court or litigating a high stakes lawsuit. Matthias is a member of our Investment Management & Private Funds Industry Group, as well as our Business Litigation, White-Collar Defense, and Restructuring & Insolvency Practice Groups. His experience in the fields of bankruptcy and creditors’ rights allows him to advise clients with respect to post-judgment remedies and debt restructuring options, enabling him to take a representation from the pre-suit stage to post-judgment proceedings with ease (Full Bio)