For more than 21 years Goodman & Nekvasil has represented investors who have been defrauded by their securities brokers in arbitration and litigation across the country. We have recovered losses for thousands of investors nationwide, and founding partner Kalju Nekvasil has recovered losses in every case for the last decade. We focus on all forms of securities fraud and broker misconduct, including unsuitable investments, investment scams, Ponzi schemes, and other swindles that brokers never should have sold to the investing public. We also work on a contingency basis because we believe our clients deserve recovery. No recovery = no fees or costs. Which means if you don’t recover losses, we don’t get paid. If you have suffered damages from your investments, contact us today for a free, confidential case evaluation and find out if you may be eligible to recover your losses through our securities arbitration representation.
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Current Investigation into Patricia S. Miller
One of our most recent investigations involves former Investors Capital Corporation broker Patricia S. Miller. We believe she may have been involved in the orchestration of a Ponzi scheme while serving as a registered broker, as victims have begun to come forward since she was fired from Investors Capital Corp on May 21st. The first customer complaint regarding her alleged misconduct was filed on May 19th. If you believe you may have purchased an investment from broker Patricia S. Miller, contact our firm immediately. Miller has served as a registered broker at both Investors Capital Corporation and Janney Montgomery Scott. Some of the entities that are being called into question include the following: KS Investments, KS Investment Partnership, K Squared Development, K Squared Investments, Buck Harbor Investments, Buck Harbor Investment Club, and Buck Harbor Investment Partnership. If any of these entities sound familiar, or if Patricia Miller served as your broker at any time, contact our firm today. It is incredibly important to act swiftly when pursuing a lost investment, as there is a limited amount of time in which you are legally allowed to pursue a recovery.
Kalju Nekvasil is admitted to the state bars of Florida and Louisiana, several federal district bars, as well as the federal bars in the Second, Sixth, and Eighth Circuit Courts of Appeal. A graduate of Duke University Law School at age 21, Mr. Nekvasil has more than thirty years of legal experience, including seven years as Regional General Counsel for the NASD in New Orleans. As NASD Regional General Counsel, Mr. Nekvasil prosecuted hundreds of cases against stockbrokers for violations of securities laws and industry rules. Mr. Nekvasil has served as a lecturer at arbitrator training seminars for the NASD and been quoted in publications such as the Wall Street Journal.
Stephen Krosschell is admitted to the state bar in Florida, has more than twenty-five years of legal experience, and is a graduate of The University of Michigan Law School. Mr. Krosschell has handled hundreds of appeals and has appeared at an oral argument before the United States Supreme Court. More than 250 appellate court opinions have been published in his cases, including more than fifteen published decisions from the Supreme Court of Florida. He served several terms on the Florida Bar Rules of Judicial Administration Committee and the Appellate Court Rules Committee. He is a certified public accountant and has a masters degree in accounting.
Lisa Fox is admitted to the state bar in Florida and has been practicing law for over ten years, having graduated from the University of Miami School of Law (JD, cum laude, 1998; LLM, 2002). Ms. Fox is a 1992 graduate of Smith College (AB, Psychology, cum laude). Although she focuses her practice exclusively on securities litigation and arbitration, Ms. Fox brings to the Firm considerable experience in both litigation and transactional law, having practiced marital and family law for five years, corporate law as General Counsel for an international wireless development firm for five years, estate planning and asset protection for high-net worth individuals and families, and civil litigation in a variety of contexts.