Firm Profile

Moseley Law PLLC
5020 East Beltline Avenue, NE, Suite 201-F
Grand Rapids, MI 49525-1077
United States
(616) 214.7899

Firm Details

At Moseley Law PLLC our goal is to restore the balance in your favor, providing you with the best legal representation and experience possible given your particular needs and challenges.  

Moseley Law is ranked in U.S. News and World Report “Best Law Firms” in the Grand Rapids metropolitan area, Litigation-Securities.  Moseley Law’s founder, Mel Moseley, has been successfully counseling and directing strategy for his clients in securities and business matters and litigation for over two decades. He is listed in The Best Lawyers in America© 2014 and 2015, in the category Securities-Litigation, and was previously selected to the Michigan Super Lawyers list, Securities Litigation.  

After over 22 years as an associate and then partner in one of Michigan’s largest firms, Mel founded Moseley Law PLLC to enhance the experience and relationship between attorneys and their clients. At Moseley Law, of course we bring you the specialized expertise and high quality legal services you seek, expect and deserve. But we also tip the scales in your favor by offering perks that a specialized, small law firm can provide. These advantages include flexible pricing options, easier, direct access to the decision maker controlling your matter, enhanced personal attention and a pleasant, low pressure relationship.

Moseley Law PLLC focuses on:

• securities arbitration defense, 
• securities and business litigation, including issues concerning restrictive covenants and trade secrets, 

• alternative dispute resolution and mediation,

• counseling clients to mitigate risk and adopt strategies to successfully navigate legal issues and potential conflicts in these areas.

On the securities arbitration defense side, we help those in the financial services and securities industry (such as broker dealers, registered representatives, investment adviser representatives, registered investment advisers) defend themselves against investor claims involving a wide range of products, including variable annuities, indexed annuities, insurance, individual stocks, mutual funds, bonds and private offerings.   We know how to defend against customer claims, and can help set up a plan of attack to get you back on track in the most efficient way possible considering your needs, goals and situation.

We are also seasoned veterans in other securities related litigation.  We have on many occasions fought battles between firms and their present or former registered representatives over the propriety of temporary restraining orders, use of customer lists and customer information (including non-public, private information covered by Regulation S-P or other securities laws, rules or regulations), no-soliciting clauses, confidentiality provisions, restrictive covenants and non-competes, U-5 reporting issues and promissory notes/forgivable loans.

When the regulators come knocking, we also regularly represent clients in connection with SEC, FINRA, and State securities law regulators’ exams, inquires, investigations and enforcement actions relating to compliance with applicable securities laws, rules, and regulations.

In addition to securities litigation, we have been called upon to help clients with a variety of disputes relating to breach of commercial contracts, stock purchase agreements, sales representative agreements and a wide variety of other business disputes.

Throughout our years servicing clients, we have also handled numerous facilitative mediations and participated in a wide variety of alternate dispute resolution venues.   We bring that experience to lawyers and parties looking for a facilitative mediator who is experienced with litigating and resolving securities and business litigation disputes.

In short, we stand ready to discuss how our expertise can assist you with your challenge at any stage, whether your goal is risk minimization and best practices before a conflict arises, negotiation, strategy, and settlement before claims are filed, or fighting for you in court or arbitration forums.  

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