Mr. Cox concentrates on White-Collar Criminal Defense, Securities Regulation and Enforcement, Securities Arbitration, Receivership Litigation, and Complex Commercial Litigation. From 2004 to 2007, Mr. Cox served as an Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA) for the Southern District of Florida. As a federal prosecutor, Mr. Cox was assigned to both the Major Crimes and Economic Crimes sections of the United States Attorney's Office in Miami. While in the Economic Crimes Section, Mr. Cox was responsible for leading complex investigations and prosecutions involving white-collar criminal offenses such as securities fraud, money laundering, tax evasion, and mail, wire, and bank fraud. Similarly, while in the Major Crimes Section, Mr. Cox conducted investigations and prosecuted cases involving, among other things, drugs, firearms, identity theft, assault, immigration violations, and counterfeit currency. As an AUSA, Mr. Cox was responsible for investigating, indicting, and litigating cases; prosecuting numerous jury trials, hearings, and sentencings; practicing before grand juries; advising federal law enforcement agencies; negotiating and consummating plea agreements; drafting indictments, subpoenas, search warrants, appellate and post-conviction briefs, memoranda, and motions. He was also the co-lead counsel in the investigation and prosecution of FEMA fraud cases resulting from Hurricane Frances.From 1999 to 2004, Mr. Cox was a Senior Counsel for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's ("SEC") Office of Enforcement in Miami. While employed by the SEC, Mr. Cox was selected to represent the SEC as a Special Assistant United States Attorney ("SAUSA"). As a SAUSA, Mr. Cox was assigned full-time to the Economic Crimes Section of the U.S. Attorney's Office in Miami to prosecute violations of the federal securities laws.During his tenure as an SEC Senior Counsel, Mr. Cox investigated and litigated civil enforcement cases and administrative proceedings involving violations of the federal securities laws including, market manipulation, insider trading, and corporate and offering fraud. His practice entailed managing numerous complex financial cases; deposing witnesses; drafting subpoenas, pleadings, and motions; negotiating settlements.