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Blowing the Whistle Under Dodd-Frank: Reporting, Retaliation, and Recovery

In response to corporate misconduct surrounding the financial crisis, President Barack Obama signed the Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act into law in 2010. The whistleblower provisions in Dodd-Frank provide a potential windfall […]

Wiand Guerra King Named Jared J. Perez As Member Of The Firm

Wiand Guerra King is pleased to announce that Jared J. Perez was named a member of the firm. Perez joined Wiand Guerra King in March 2011 and concentrates his practice on complex commercial litigation with […]

Founding Member of WGK Speaks on Litigation Brought by Federal Equity Receivers

Gianluca Morello of Wiand Guerra King P.L. spoke recently on the topic of Litigation Brought by Federal Equity Receivers in a nationwide webinar offered by the Federal Bar Association. The webinar addressed sources of authority for federal […]

A Ponzi Scheme Case with a Better Ending

LexisNexis, April 20, 2011 – – Ponzi scheme cases are now a staple of SEC enforcement. Over the last year or more the Commission has brought dozens of these cases. Most have the same common […]

Receiver Appointed Over Alleged $13 Million Ponzi Scheme Involving Pinellas Medical Factoring Company

TAMPA, FL (March 6, 2014) – Burton W. Wiand, of Tampa, Florida law firm Wiand Guerra King P.L., has been appointed as Receiver over two Florida companies based on an emergency action filed by the […]

Rule 45 Changes – What You Need to Know

As of December 1, 2013, the new changes to Rule 45 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure are now in effect. These changes have streamlined and simplified issuing and serving subpoenas, as well as […]

Wiand Guerra King Defeats Claim for Temporary Injunction in Non-Compete Case

Wiand Guerra King (“WGK”) announced today that the Honorable Paul L. Huey, Circuit Court Judge in Hillsborough County, Florida, denied a motion for temporary injunction seeking to enforce two non-competition agreements and enjoin the firm’s […]

FINRA Cracks Down on Expungements

Recently, FINRA published guidance regarding additional procedures arbitrators must follow when considering motions for expungement. It is no coincidence that FINRA’s guidance was published a mere two days prior to the Public Investors Arbitration Bar […]

Tampa Law Firm Creates Dispute Resolution Practice for Businesses

Tampa Day Business Journal, January 31, 2014 – Three legal veterans are the principals of WGK-ADR, a newly launched dispute resolution practice established by Wiand Guerra King PL that focuses on complex litigation matters. Lawyers […]

Federal Receiver May Take His Fight With Venice Officials To The FAA

VENICE – A U.S. District Court judge on Thursday cleared the way for the federal receiver in the Arthur G. Nadel fraud case to file a Federal Aviation Administration complaint against the city. The complaint […]