MEMPHIS, TN, (February 6, 2020)-A FINRA arbitration panel in Memphis, Tennessee dismissed all claims filed against two Respondents represented by Jenks & Harvey LLP relating to their alleged intentional interference with Claimant’s business. The panel dismissed the claims at the conclusion of Claimant’s case-in-chief after three hearing days. (FINRA Case ID 18-01022, Ty Kevin Bauer v. Donald C. Blackwell, et al)
The decision was unanimous.
The defense was led by Jenks & Harvey LLP partners Debra A. Jenks and Robert J. Harvey.
About Debra A. Jenks
Debra A. Jenks has built a track record of successfully representing clients in complex financial matters. Her understanding of securities laws and regulations helps her advocate for her clients who range from securities dealers, brokers, financial advisors, financial institutions, and investors.
About Robert J. Harvey
Robert represents brokerage firms, financial institutions, and financial advisors, in complex litigation in both state and federal courts, and FINRA arbitration. He defends financial institutions and individuals in regulatory proceedings before the SEC, FINRA, and state regulatory authorities. Robert also represents investors who have suffered monetary losses as the result of securities fraud.
About Jenks & Harvey LLP
Jenks & Harvey LLP is an international securities litigation and arbitration law firm, with a rare and invaluable grasp of strategic commercial issues. We combine exceptional legal expertise with deep industry knowledge and refreshingly creative thinking to help clients achieve their commercial goals.
For more information about Jenks & Harvey LLP and its practice areas please visit our website at www.jenksharveylaw.com.
Robert J. Harvey, Esq.