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As noted in the description of our firm, I have a varied and broad-ranging practice. I have obtained countless six, as well as seven-figure settlements/awards in securities arbitrations. A sampling of some of the verdicts/settlements that we have achieved for our clients follows.
$2.4 million jury verdict against the City Sheriff and the City Jail’s physician for the wrongful death of an inmate who died from untreated pneumonia.
$1.75 million settlement after prevailing in a groundbreaking appeal before the Supreme Court of Virginia concerning the supervisory liability of parents who agree to host children at their home.
$1.1 million securities arbitration award.
$361,026 FINRA employment law arbitration award on behalf of former executive of a Richmond brokerage firm, Anderson & Strudwick, for unpaid employment benefits. The Financial Industry Regulation Authority Panel also awarded Claimant’s attorney’s fees and pre- and post-judgment interest.
$300,000 FINRA commercial law arbitration award on behalf of former executive of Anderson & Strudwick against five former Anderson & Strudwick executives who guaranteed a loan by our client to A&S. When A&S defaulted on the loan, the guarantors refused to honor their guaranties. The Financial Industry Regulation Authority Panel awarded the full amount of the loan plus interest, attorney’s fees, and filing costs.
$276,844 FINRA securities law arbitration award against Wachovia Securities in connection with the brokerage firm’s investment recommendations regarding Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac preferred stock.
Represented a developer in connection with a multi-year Department of Justice investigation. Produced over 150,000 pages of documents, met multiple times with DOJ lawyers and FBI agents, and litigated certain motions. The investigation was closed with no charges brought.
Represented a bank officer in connection with a document-intensive FDIC investigation. The FDIC closed its investigation as to my client.
Employment law victory for First Command investment advisor- July 2013- the firm obtained a ruling from the Financial Industry Regulation Authority (FINRA) Panel that the non-compete clause in our client’s employment contract with First Command, a Texas-based brokerage firm that markets financial products to the military community, was unenforceable. The ruling has implications for hundreds of investment advisors employed by First Command.
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