Wall Street plays a zero sum game. For every winner, there’s a loser—it’s the fiscal equivalent of Newton’s Third Law.

Sometimes, however, you encounter an individual who believes that the rules of risk do not apply to him. This individual believes that if his portfolio begins to decline, that it must be the broker’s fault. When this type of individual gears up for a fight, O’Hagan Meyer stands ready to defend you.

Our attorneys have managed brokerage cases of all shapes and sizes, and we take pride in solving complex issues quickly and skillfully. Some law firms are of the opinion that brokerage cases are not as worthwhile as other cases.  But we understand that, as a broker, your reputation is on the line—what could be more important?

We don’t churn these cases—churning is out of bounds for both portfolios and litigation cases. Instead, we handle them to win.