Articles Tagged with Adam Gana

Gana Weinstein LLP represented 19 Claimants in a FINRA arbitration against Anthony Diaz. A panel of arbitrators awarded the Claimants over $4 million. The case was picked up by major publications including the Washington Post and InvestmentNews. Adam Gana, managing partner of Gana Weinstein LLP said his clients “gave their life savings to [Diaz], and he was just a predator who was looking out for his own best interest and not the best interest at my clients.” Gana said he will go after Diaz’s assets and earnings in an attempt to recover the judgment. “We will fight tooth and nail to get these people their money,” he said. “This is not money that our clients can afford to lose.”

Gana Weinstein LLP is a full service law firm that specialized in Securities Arbitration. The firm tenaciously defends investors and aggressively pursues brokerage firms for misconduct.

Adam Gana of Gana Weinstein LLP received the Avvo’s Clients’ Choice Award for 2014. “This is a tremendous honor,” said Mr. Gana, “Clients are the life blood of our business and we work tirelessly to make sure they are happy.” Mr. Gana received the award on August 19, 2014.

The Fordham Journal of Corporate and Financial Law will be publishing an article written by Adam Gana and Michael Villacres. The article is entitled Blue Skies for America in the Securities Industry… Except for New York: New York’s Martin Act and the Private Right of Action. The article addresses the origins and legislative history of New York’s securities regulations and compares the regulations to that of other states. The article then explores the disadvantages to New York’s retail investing public. Finally and most importantly, the article recommends changes to the law that will truly help protect investors in the state of New York.


The article will appear in the summer 2014 edition of the Fordham Journal.

Gana Weinstein LLP’s Adam Gana was quoted today in a Reuters article exploring the investing habits of several attorneys who prosecute securities fraud cases against brokerage firms and individuals.  Having seen many investments go sour through unforeseen risks and failure to disclose, the attorneys featured stated that they tended to invest in more traditional investments such as stocks and bonds rather than complex and novel products.  In addition, the attorneys gravitated toward lower costing investments such as individual stocks, bonds, municipal bonds, rather than mutual funds or bond funds that charged high fees.

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September 26, 2013 (New York) – Adam Gana is quoted by Suzanne Barlyn of Reuters in her article entitled “How Lawyers Who Chase Brokers Invest Their Own Money.”



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