Wiand Guerra King Lawyers Recognized By 2017 Super Lawyers

Wiand Guerra King is pleased to announce that twelve of its lawyers have been selected for inclusion in the 2017 edition of Super Lawyers[…]

Stepping Outside Your Comfort Zone

As a lawyer whose practice mainly focuses on securities and financial services litigation, my workday typically involves some form of a financial or securities-related dispute requiring certain perspective and knowledge […]

Lawyers Of Wiand Guerra King Go Three-For-Three With Pro-Bono Clemency Petitions

The lawyers of Wiand Guerra King (“WGK”) over the past eighteen months have undertaken, on a pro-bono basis, the task of filing clemency petitions with the Justice Department’s clemency project for prisoners serving draconian sentences under prior administrations[…]

Obama Grants Clemency To Two WGK Pro Bono Clients

After a jury hands down a conviction and a judge issues a long sentence, a defendant’s only real hope for freedom is usually a lengthy appeals process.[…]

Wiand Guerra King Lawyers Recognized By 2016 Super Lawyers

Wiand Guerra King is pleased to announce that ten of its lawyers have been selected for inclusion in the 2016 edition of Super Lawyers.[…]

Jordan D. Maglich Selected To HCBA Leadership Institute

The law firm of Wiand Guerra King P.A. is pleased to announce that Jordan D. Maglich was accepted into the 2015-2016 Leadership Institute Class of the Hillsborough County Bar Association. […]

Wiand Guerra King Attorneys Named To Super Lawyers List

Tampa, FL – Wiand Guerra King is pleased to announce that nine of its lawyers have been selected for the exclusive list of 2015 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars. The attorneys named and their designated […]

Federal Judge Halts SEC Administrative Proceeding On Constitutional Grounds

In a blow to the in-house administrative proceedings increasingly utilized by the Securities and Exchange Commission, a Georgia federal judge has issued a preliminary injunction based on constitutional grounds that halts a pending administrative action […]

SEC Approves FINRA’s New Definitions Of Public and Non-Public Arbitrators

On February 26, 2015, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) approved changes to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority’s (“FINRA”) Code of Arbitration Procedure for both customer and industry disputes that entirely overhauls the current definitions […]

Major Changes Coming To Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

A sweeping set of changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure is scheduled to become effective later this year that could dramatically change current discovery, procedural, and trial practices. The amendments to Rules 1, […]