Reif Law Group Welcomes Daniel S. Rubin

February 5, 2020 (LOS ANGELES) – Reif Law Group, P.C. California’s preeminent boutique trial and litigation law firm for securities and business disputes, announced that Daniel S. Rubin has joined as a Senior Associate.

"Daniel’s high-stakes litigation and trial experience fit perfectly with our practice,"...

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How a Major Brokerage Firm Failed a Vulnerable Employee

Advisor Perspectives welcomes guest contributions. The views presented here do not necessarily represent those of Advisor Perspectives. After years of representing clients in workplace discrimination cases in the securities industry, I thought I had seen it all. I realized I was wrong when I heard the shocking treatment my client, “John Doe” (my client’s...
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Reif Law Group, P.C. Claims That Oppenheimer Waived the Right to Arbitrate Ex-Employee’s California Employment Action

Reif Law Group, P.C., California’s preeminent boutique trial and litigation law firm for securities and business disputes, filed a motion that a financial advisor’s wrongful termination lawsuit argues that the brokerage firm Oppenheimer & Co. Inc. waived the right to compel FINRA arbitration by violating California law and must pay for the financial advisor’s...
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Customer with $31.5 Million In Cash Advised Without a Comprehensive Financial Plan: Just Fees For Wells Fargo, Makes For Bad Investment Advice

(August 31, 2020. Los Angeles, CA). Reif Law Group, P.C. and The Lovell Firm, P.C. are seeking in excess of $50 million in damages from Wells Fargo and its San Diego financial advisor Jeffrey N. Tadder, a Certified Financial PlannerTM practitioner, for breach of fiduciary duty and related torts for abandoning their fiduciary duty...
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Victims Can Take Many Forms

(August 28, 2020 – Los Angeles, CA). The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals issued this ruling and judgment in a securities case that Brandon S. Reif and Marc S. Ehrlich of Reif Law Group, P.C. defended for Capital Synergy Partners, LLC. (David Kirkwood v. Financial West Investment Group, Inc., et al, Case No. 19-2231,...
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