Daniel I. MacIntyre
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|Address:||1040 Crown Pointe Parkway
Atlanta, Georgia 30338
Dan MacIntyre, Chair of the firm’s business and transactional practice group, brings to Page Perry, LLC thirty five years of experience representing clients in securities, corporate and general business matters. Mr. MacIntyre leads the firm’s growth of its corporate and securities transactional practice, including private placements of securities, creation and operation of corporations, LLCs and other business entities, mergers and acquisition, corporate governance matters, and internal investigations. Mr. MacIntyre will also continue, working with his new partners, to represent customers, brokers and advisors in disputes concerning investments, advise securities industry firms and professionals in regulatory and compliance matters and represent targets and witnesses in investigations and proceeding before the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), NASD and the Securities Commissioners of Georgia and other states.Mr. MacIntyre began his legal career as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Georgia representing the Georgia Securities Commissioner. In that capacity, he was the Commissioner’s representative on the committee which drafted the Georgia Securities Act of 1973, which is still in force. Mr. MacIntyre also drafted the Commissioner’s initial regulations under the new act and assisted and advised the Commissioner in developing an enforcement department. Mr. MacIntyre remained a Special Assistant Attorney General for many years after entering private practice, and has continued throughout his career to be a member and sometimes chair of numerous committees that have advised the Georgia Securities Commissioner and the Georgia Legislature on securities law legislation and other securities law matters.While serving as Assistant Attorney General, Mr. MacIntyre prepared for the Attorney General a definitive Opinion as to when a real estate syndication would be considered a Security subject to Georgia Securities law. That opinion was further publicized in an Article authored by Mr. MacIntyre and published at 11 Ga. Bar J. 153 (1975).Mr. MacIntyre entered private practice in 1976. In 1979, he began his own firm which grew into a seven attorney firm. In 1990, Mr. MacIntyre merged his practice into the firm of Wilson Strickland and Benson where he remained for 10 years, becoming chair of that firm’s business practice group. In 2000, Mr. MacIntyre joined the firm of Shapiro Fussell as Chairman of its business practice group. Through all of these changes, including his most recent move to Page Perry, LLC, Mr. MacIntyre has retained a solid base of loyal clients who appreciate his personal and professional representation.
In the private practice of law, Mr. MacIntyre has achieved substantial success handling both civil and regulatory matters.
In his first civil securities litigation, Mr. MacIntyre represented the Teacher’s Retirement System of Georgia in a Federal Securities Exchange Act case against a failed real estate investment trust and a major national stock brokerage concerning the sale to Teachers of a $15,000,000.00 subordinated debenture. The suit was successful in obtaining for Teachers property that was ultimately sold for more than $15,000,000.00, despite the fact that the Debenture which Teachers bought was subordinate to several hundred million dollars of senior and secured debt.
While principal of his own firm, Mr. MacIntyre represented 54 major investors who had lost tens of millions of dollars in a series of failed gas and oil partnerships in simultaneous civil actions against six stock brokerage firms. These cases were resolved with a settlement which the brokers and syndicator required be maintained confidential.
While a partner with Wilson Strickland and Benson, Mr. MacIntyre was engaged by the outside directors of a public company to conduct an internal investigation of suspected misconduct by the company’s top management. Following Mr. MacIntyre’s report of his investigation, the suspect top officers were removed and subject to actions by the SEC. The directors who engaged Mr. MacIntyre to conduct the investigation were ultimately vindicated by the SEC.
While a partner with Shapiro Fussell, Mr. MacIntyre obtained a $5.2 Million Award against Citigroup in an NASD Arbitration on behalf of two individuals who had sold their business through a Citigroup predecessor for stock that turned out to be worthless.
Mr. MacIntyre is an Atlanta native. He was educated in the Atlanta public schools, attended Georgia Tech and graduated from the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill) where he was honored by membership in Phi Beta Kappa. Mr. MacIntyre is a graduate of the University of Georgia Law School, cum laude, where he was honored by membership in Phi Kappa Phi Honorary Society. While in law school, Mr. MacIntyre served on the Editorial Board of the Georgia Law Review and as Justice (President) of Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity. Between college and law school, Mr. MacIntyre served in the United States Navy as an officer and Naval Aviator, earning four strike/flight Air Medals during two tours aboard the USS Hornet in the waters around Viet Nam. Mr. MacIntyre was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Commander while serving in the Naval Reserves during law school.
Mr. MacIntyre is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and of the American and Atlanta Bar Associations. He is a member of the Section of each of these Bar Associations that focuses on Corporate, Securities and Business law.