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The experienced Securities attorneys at Malecki Law managed to secure a major win on behalf of one of their international clients. They managed to secure a summary judgment dismissal for a Chinese businessman, a well-known inventor and public figure in China, who was being sued in excess of $30 million for being the controlling shareholder of a company that went out of business. The opposing counsel was Weil, Gotschal & Manges LLP.

Today, Ms. Jenice Malecki is the Chair at a FINRA mock arbitration for St. John’s students. She has actively mentored students over the years from different law schools through lectureships and speaking engagements.


Ms. Jenice Malecki was a moderator today at Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association’s (PIABA) panel on ‘The Danger of Diminished Capacity, Ethics as a Broker and for the Lawyer.’ The seminar discussed what diminished capacity is, important studies on dealing with clients with diminished capacity as financial advisors and lawyers, and elder financial abuse and privacy law issues. The panel moderated by Ms. Malecki consisted of distinguished members of the financial and legal community including the President of the Investor Trust Protection, a former SEC attorney and an elder lawyer.

According to FINRA’s estimates, the elderly lose approximately $ 2.9 billion every year due to fraud and an average of 10,000 Americans will turn 65 over the next 15 years. Senior investors with diminished capacity are more at risk of falling victim to financial fraud than other investors and the financial industry should fully utilize its power to prevent substantial economic harm to elderly clients.  Ms. Malecki has also co-authored an article for PIABA titled Protecting Clients with Diminished Capacity In The Securities Industry: It’s Tricky.

This panel is part of PIABA’s 24th Annual Meeting held in Florida from Oct 21- 23, 2015.

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