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William A. Despo founded the Despo Law Group, a Rumson, New Jersey law firm, after spending the last securities arbitration
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William A. Despo founded the Despo Law Group, a Rumson, New Jersey law firm, after spending the last 30 years with a major Newark, New Jersey law firm that merged with a regional law firm that has become the 120th largest law firm in the country with over 400 lawyers. Bill was the chairperson of the Financial Services Practice Group that represented insurance companies, investment advisors, banks, credit unions, broker/dealers, insurance agents, brokers, hedge funds, capital market participants and others.
Although he enjoyed his years at his former law firm, Bill decided to refocus his practice and become more general with the nature of his work. He continues to counsel several of his institutional clients while expanding to service smaller clients. Partnerships, small to medium size companies, and individuals is the focus of his law practice. Because of the range of matters that he has been involved in over the years, he can assist clients with a wide variety of issues such organization of businesses whether as a corporation, partnership or limited liability company, capital market offerings, tax issues, employment matters, fiduciary issues, commercial and residential real estate, trust and estates, wills, consumer issues, cyber-security, and of course representing clients in all venues from arbitrations, state and federal court and governmental administrative proceedings. He represents start-companies, investors, and seasoned companies.
Bill has appeared in state and federal courts throughout the United States, and has represented clients in arbitration proceedings at the American Arbitration Association, JAMs, and Financial Industry National Regulatory Authority (FINRA). He is a member of FINRA and National Futures Association Arbitration Boards. He is also a member of the Disciplinary Panel of Tradition SEF, which is a national trading facility for swaps and derivatives. He has defended individuals and companies including Registered Investment Advisors (“RIA”) and Broker Dealers before the U. S. Securities Exchange Commission, U. S. Commodities Futures Trading Commission, New Jersey Bureau of Securities, and other federal and state agencies. He has lectured about fiduciary issues affecting RIAs and Broker Dealers arising out of the Department of Labor’s Fiduciary Rule. He has tried cases and arbitrations throughout the country.