Maris K.V. Snell is in the Broker-Dealer Litigation practice group of Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP. She focuses her practice on broker-dealer litigation and arbitration. She is a member of a team of Shumaker lawyers who represent large financial institutions and high net-worth individuals in securities litigation and violations of contractual covenants.
At the University of Florida Levin College of Law, Maris received Book Awards in Global Cyber Law, Art Law, and Law Review. She was the Senior Managing Editor of the Florida Law Review and received the DT Smith Outstanding Associate Editor Award. Maris’s Case Comment, Section 875(x): Not for All Intents and Purposes, was selected for publication in the Florida Law Review’s September 2016 issue.
She was also a teaching assistant in Legal Writing and Appellate Advocacy and participated in a summer study abroad program in France. Maris completed a legal internship at the City Attorney’s Office in Ormond Beach and was a summer associate at Shumaker before joining the firm upon graduation from law school.
- J.D., cum laude, University of Florida Levin College of Law, 2016
- B.S., Public Relations, University of Florida, 2013
Bar and Court Admissions:
- Florida, 2016
- Maryland, 2017
- Kentucky, 2018
- U.S. District Court Southern District of Florida, 2017
- U.S. District Court Middle District of Florida, 2017
- U.S. District Court Maryland, 2018
- U.S. Court of Appeals Third Circuit, 2018
- Shumaker Wins Defamation Case for Financial Advisor Against Merrill Lynch
- 05.02.2018 AdvisorHub – Merrill to Pay $750,000 for Defaming Broker by Insinuating Insider Trading
- 05.02.2018 Financial Advisor IQ – Merrill Lynch to Fork Over Big Payout to Fired FA
- Shumaker Victory Recognized as One of Largest FINRA Awards Brokers Won from Their Firms
- 04.12.2018 InvestmentNews – Biggest Arb Awards Brokers Won from Their Firms
- Shumaker Attorneys Defeat Merrill Lynch’s Attempt to Keep Litigants Out of FINRA Arbitration
- 04.03.2018 wealthmanagement.com – Merrill Lynch Gives Up Fight Against Former Advisors’ Rights to Arbitrate
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