Securities


We have represented both individuals and corporations as plaintiffs and defendants in securities industry matters including government lawsuits, tax appeals, and shareholder oppression investigations and lawsuits.

REPRESENTATIVE MATTERS
  • Represented leading securities rating agency in a multi-billion dollar FIRREA action.
  • Represented plaintiff and largest minority shareholder of a leading consumer goods manufacturer in a $250 million shareholder oppression case.
  • Represented plaintiff in a $300 million TEFRA action against the government.
  • Retained by the founder of a major home design manufacturer to investigate shareholder oppression.

Latest News

  • Jennifer Keller named to list of California’s “Top Women Lawyers”
    May 2, 2018

    Jennifer Keller has been named to the list of “Top Women Lawyers of 2018,” as selected by the Los Angeles and San Francisco Daily Journals. This is the ninth time Keller has been selected for the Top Women Lawyers award.

  • Nahal Kazemi joins Keller/Anderle as Senior Counsel
    May 1, 2018

    Keller/Anderle is pleased to announce that Nahal Kazemi has joined the firm as Senior Counsel. Her areas of practice include commercial litigation, appellate litigation, and international law. Nahal combines a strong background in broad, high-stakes litigation with extensive experience as a diplomat

  • Jennifer Keller featured in Orange County Business Journal’s “Law Firms Special Report”
    April 9, 2018

    In the recent Orange County Business Journal’s “Law Firms Special Report,” Jennifer Keller was selected to provide her perspective on legal trends in Orange County. The Business Journal’s Peter Brennan asked some of Orange County’s top attorneys for their views.

  • Jennifer Keller selected for prestigious “CLAY Award”
    April 6, 2018

    On March 20, 2018, Jennifer Keller, Stephen Larson and their trial team were honored with a California Lawyer Magazine CLAY Award – California Attorneys of the Year – for their successful defense of San Bernardino County developer Jeff Burum during a nine-month jury trial in 2017.