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Neda Ghomeshi

Neda Ghomeshi

Neda Ghomeshi is an Associate at HTFL’s Miami office where she practices in the Litigation, Securities/Regulatory Enforcement, and Intellectual Property practice groups.

As part of the firm’s litigation team, Ms. Ghomeshi represents clients in federal and state court litigation, as well as in arbitration matters in numerous forums.  Such clients include both public and private companies, those companies’ officers and directors, and entities and individuals throughout the financial services industry.  Her regulatory clients include institutions and individuals facing both investigations and proceedings brought by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) and self-regulatory organizations, including the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”).  Her intellectual property clients include entities filing trademark applications, as well as those responding to office actions from the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Prior to joining HTFL, Ms. Ghomeshi graduated from the University of Miami School of Law, where her activities included serving as a Staff Editor on the Inter-American Law Review and as a research assistant for a law professor who was a former Assistant Director of Enforcement for the SEC and is the current director of the Investor Rights Clinic (“IRC”).  Ms. Ghomeshi later served as a Fellow for the IRC, where she submitted a comment letter to FINRA on Regulatory Notice 15-37 regarding the financial exploitation of seniors and other vulnerable adults, and performed a mock closing argument at the Securities Law Continuing Legal Education Committee hosted by the Palm Beach County Bar Association that was designed to educate practicing attorneys on how arbitrators approach Puerto Rico closed-end funds matters.

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