We represent investors in arbitrations (including FINRA, JAMS, and AAA) and state and federal court trials. If you or a loved one has been financially injured as a result of stock broker negligence or outright fraud, we can help you. If the investment were sold turned out to be a Ponzi scheme, we can help you. If your stock broker recommended an unsuitable investment or strategy to you, over-concentrated your account in risky and speculative investments, made unauthorized trades in your account, excessively traded your account solely to earn commissions, or state from you, we can help you.
We represent financial advisors expungement matters, investment disputes, employment disputes (including harassment, discrimination, wrongful termination, and promissory note disputes), regulatory investigations, and whistleblower cases. If you are a financial advisor and find yourself in need of legal counsel, we can help you.
We represent broker-dealers, registered investment advisors, family offices, and other financial companies and institutions in investment and employment disputes and regulatory inquiries, investigations, and examinations. We have extensive experience conducting internal investigations and developing successful strategies for resolving any potential issues that are uncovered.
We also represent individuals and companies in general commercial litigation matters, including contract disputes, partnership disputes, directors' and officers' liability ("D&O liability"), insurance coverage, employment disputes, non-compete and trade secret claims, debt collection matters, consumer fraud matters, and real estate litigation.
Our main office is located in West Palm Beach, FL. We are also available by appointment in Boca Raton, Vero Beach, and Fort Lauderdale.
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