Brittany is an accomplished lawyer focusing on complex commercial and general civil litigation matters before state and federal courts throughout the country. Her representations frequently involve both individuals and corporations in securities fraud, fiduciary duty, and deceptive/unfair trade practice claims. Brittany also handles securities litigation and securities regulation actions. Brittany has extensive experience representing broker-dealers, registered investment advisors, registered representatives, insurance agents and hedge funds throughout the United States in a wide array of customer and industry disputes in federal and state courts, as well as before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority Dispute Resolution. Brittany has substantial trial experience, including having served as second chair in several trials where a jury awarded verdicts favorable to the defense. On several occasions Brittany has obtained awards dismissing Financial Industry Regulatory Authority Dispute Resolution actions at the motion to dismiss phase, including one for over seven million dollars. She also clerked for the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court Judge Joseph P. Farina.
- “Florida Supreme Court Amends Florida Summary Judgment Rule of Civil Procedure 1.510,” WSSLLP Alert, January 7, 2021