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Rutgers University School of Law, J.D.
A.B. Freeman School of Business, B.S.M.
Kyle Kulzer concentrates his practice in securities and banking litigation as well as general commercial litigation matters, and corporate transactions. Kyle has a national securities litigation practice and has represented investors and investor groups in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticut, Ohio, California, Georgia, Texas, Minnesota, Delaware, Oklahoma, Nevada and Florida, among others. Kyle also advises investment advisors in regulatory matters in Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”).
Kyle’s extensive representation for matters involving the financial markets have included virtually every type of investment, including annuities, structured products, exchange funds (ETF), tenant in common investments (TIC), stocks, bonds, options including puts and calls, complex hedging strategies, IPOs, mutual funds, commercial bonds, exchange-traded funds, life settlements, private placements, stock options, alternative and complex products, securities futures, retirement funds, college savings accounts, commodities, selling away and Ponzi schemes. Kyle also regularly represents professionals, including doctors, lawyers, accountants, and business executives for claims of mismanagement of individual and/or business investment accounts.
In addition to securities matters, Kyle regularly represents clients in various banking litigation matters, including loan modification and work-out agreements, breach of loan covenants, loan defaults and foreclosures, deficiency judgments and breach of loan documents.
• Represented investors in Texas and California relating to a large tenancy in common (TIC) investment against various brokerage firms. Claims included suitability, misrepresentation and professional negligence.
• Represented a senior executive of a publicly held company in a failure to implement a proper hedging strategy for a concentrated position of stock.
• Represented a family trust in a complex options case against a large international investment bank for claims involving investment mismanagement.
• Represented a group of investors who opted out of a large class action lawsuit to pursue individual claims against their investment advisors.
• Represented a group of foreign investors with a U.S. based brokerage account for claims stemming from unauthorized trading and failure to follow FINRA rules.
• Represented individual investors who invested in life settlements with a now bankrupt company.
• Represented a group of investors who invested in a real estate Ponzi scheme, which included forged promissory notes and mortgages.
• Represented a group of investors who unwittingly invested with a broker who was terminated by FINRA and had a history of misconduct.
• Represented a commercial developer in a loan work out agreement with 5 separate banks for loans in excess of $10,000,000.
• Represented a doctor group for claims of mismanagement in profit sharing plan.
• Represented a business in a highly contested foreclosure proceeding which results in a successful loan modification agreement.
• Represented a portfolio of businesses who defaulted on a large commercial loan with a Connecticut based hedge fund.
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