N. Henry Simpson III has been in the private practice of law since he was licensed in 1973. He began representing claimants in investment arbitration matters in the early 1990s when he accepted a case against a national brokerage firm which abused an entire family’s accounts, depriving the family of substantially all of its liquid net worth.
The case resulted in restitution of the family’s funds and indictment of the individual broker who abused the family’s accounts. Since that time, he has represented clients in cases involving broker theft, unsuitable investments, churning (excessive trading), unauthorized transactions, failure to execute orders, fraud, negligence, failure to supervise, negligent supervision, and other claims.
His practice includes arbitration, mediation(mediated over 1600 cases) and litigation in the areas of antitrust, business disputes, breach of fiduciary duty, employees’ rights and remedies and investors’ rights and remedies.