Kurt Kalberer is an associate in the firm’s Securities Law practice group. He focuses on litigation involving brokerage firms and registered representatives before federal and state courts, as well as arbitration before self-regulatory organizations such as the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). Creativity is the hallmark of Kurt’s practice, providing his clients with innovative solutions and cost-effective results.
A graduate of the University of Miami School of Law, Kurt was an editor of the University of Miami Business Law Review. He received his undergraduate degree from Providence College, where he was inducted into Tau Pi Phi, a national honor society for accounting, business administration and finance. After graduating from law school, Kurt began his career at Shutts & Bowen, where he represented international financial services and NASDAQ listed Fortune 500 companies in complex litigation and arbitration matters, with a particular emphasis on professional liability claims.
Kurt’s practice is primarily devoted to defending broker-dealers and registered representatives in customer-initiated arbitrations involving a variety of claims, including misrepresentation, unsuitability, unauthorized trading and churning. Kurt also represents individual clients and business organizations in commercial litigation before state and federal courts in New York, Massachusetts and Florida. He was recently recognized by SuperLawyers as a 2015 Rising Star.
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- December 14, 2015Bressler Welcomes Kurt Kalberer to the Securities Practice Group
Bressler is pleased to welcome new associate, Kurt T. Kalberer II, to the firm’s Securities Practice Group. His practice is primarily devoted to defending broker-dea… Read more