Mr. Dell has more than 30 years of experience as a trial and appellate lawyer who successfully resolves complex business disputes. These include securities, accountants and auditors liability, commercial, real estate, insurance, ERISA, fiduciary and employment class actions and other lawsuits in federal and state courts. He has extensive experience in arbitrations and mediations (at FINRA, the AAA, JAMS and other forums). In addition, Mr. Dell represents clients in connection with investigations and enforcement proceedings before various federal and state agencies and self-regulatory organizations. Although Mr. Dell most often represents defendants, he has obtained many seven-figure judgments or settlements for plaintiffs. Mr. Dell’s recent representations include the defense of an accounting association against class action and other claims arising from the bankruptcy of Parmalat, with alleged losses exceeding $10 billion; the defense of hedge fund and other administrators and directors against class action and other claims for stock manipulation, death spiral financing and other wrongdoing; the defense of technology companies against claims for fraud and breach of contract; the defense of accounting firms against claims by clients, third parties and liquidators of bankrupt companies for fraud, breach of fiduciary duty and negligence; and the defense of a broker-dealer against class action and other claims of fraud and stock manipulation relating to stock loan trading.