Nancy L. Hendrickson

Partner

Office: Chicago

Direct: 312-741-4496

Fax: 312-422-6110

nhendrickson@nullohaganmeyer.com

  • Professional Overview

    Nancy L. Hendrickson focuses her practice in the area of securities litigation, having prosecuted and defended complex securities fraud, antitrust and fraudulent conveyance cases; matters involving margin, liquidation and market manipulation issues; and customer complaints alleging churning, unauthorized trading or suitability claims. Ms. Hendrickson also represents clients in connection with investigations, disciplinary actions and enforcement proceedings initiated by self-regulatory organizations, state securities commissioners and the Securities and Exchange Commission.

    In employment law, Ms. Hendrickson represents employers and employees in wrongful/retaliatory discharge claims, deferred and other compensation-related disputes, and injunction hearings in more than 30 states across the country involving non-compete, non-solicitation and non-disclosure agreements. She has also been involved in the prosecution of several employee raiding cases resulting in multimillion dollar awards, as well as the successful defense of such cases.

    Ms. Hendrickson has practiced at several large national and international law firms in Chicago previous to joining O’Hagan Meyer. She has regularly appeared in state and federal courts throughout the United States, as well as before various governmental agencies and arbitration panels.

  • Practice Areas
  • Education and Admissions

    Education

    • DePaul University College of Law – J.D.
    • Northwestern University – B.S.G.S., Economics

    Admissions

    • U.S. District Court
      • Northern District of Illinois
      • Eastern District of Wisconsin
    • U.S. Court of Appeals
      • Seventh Circuit

    States Licensed

    • Illinois
    • Wisconsin
  • Professional Organization Memberships
    • Trial Bar – Northern District of Illinois
  • News, Honors, Publications & Speeches
    • FINRA Withdraws Proposed Expungement Rule by Nancy L. Hendrickson
    • Supreme Court Limits SEC’s Ability to Mete Out ‘Financial Ruin’ via Disgorgement, Investment News, ft. Nancy Hendrickson
    • Participants in fully funded plans can’t bring ERISA suits – ruling, Pensions & Investments, ft. Nancy Hendrickson
    • Supreme Court’s Thole v. U.S. Bank Ruling Has Constitutional Implications, PlanAdvisor, ft. Nancy Hendrickson
    • Supreme Court Says Appeals of Bankruptcy Court Stay Orders Have To Be Speedy, Debtwire, ft. Nancy Hendrickson
    • How the SEC’s Reg BI Will Affect Retirement Plan Sponsors and Participants, PlanSponsor, ft. Nancy Hendrickson
    • ‘Smart Money’ Says 2nd Circuit Won’t Halt SEC Regulation Best Interest, PlanAdvisor, ft. Nancy Hendrickson
    • No ‘Thank You’: In Morgan Stanley setback, judge won't extend advisor TRO, On Wall Street Financial Planning, ft. Nancy Henrickson
    • Broker Protocol FAQ: Who's out, who's next and what advisors may lose, Financial Planning, ft. Nancy Hendrickson
    • Timing of Morgan Stanley’s Broker Protocol Withdrawal Sends Shocks Through RIA Legal and Recruiting Circles, RIABiz, ft. Nancy Hendrickson
    • Supreme Court Limits SEC’s Ability to Mete Out ‘Financial Ruin’ via Disgorgement, Investment News, ft. Nancy Hendrickson
    • Participants in fully funded plans can’t bring ERISA suits – ruling, Pensions & Investments, ft. Nancy Hendrickson
    • Supreme Court’s Thole v. U.S. Bank Ruling Has Constitutional Implications, PlanAdvisor, ft. Nancy Hendrickson
    • BREAKING: Morgan Stanley to Pull Out of Recruiting Pact with Rival Firms