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Moss & Gilmore Named to New York and Georgia's Top Rated Lawyers in 2015 by ALM

ALM is the nation’s largest publisher of legal media including The American Lawyer, Corporate Counsel, and The National Law Journal. The Firm was also featured in December in New York Magazine's"Best of New York" issue, as well as stand-alone editions in The New York Law Journal and The Wall Street Journal, and online editions with exclusive content covering Legal Leaders in New York. The firm was previously named to Top Rated Lawyers by ALM in 2014. 

Moss & Gilmore named 2015 Commercial Dispute Resolution Law Firm of the Year in Georgia by CorporateINTL

Corporate INTL is read by business leaders, investors, and advisers globally. The firm also received this distinction in 2013. 

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Raymond Moss represents physician whistleblower in successful false claim action, recovering $3.8 million

April 3, 2012-- Raymond Moss represents physician whistleblower in successful false claim action against radiation oncology practice resulting in a $3.8 million settlement.

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Raymond Moss obtains default in connection with multi-billion dollar military false claims case

March 24, 2012

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Wall Street Journal Online - Raymond Moss quoted in January 27, 2011 article “SEC Calls For Easier Access to Disclosure Systems”

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Fox Business News - Raymond Moss quoted in January 2011 article “SEC Recommends Easier Investor Access To Disclosure Systems"

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Wall Street Journal Online - Raymond Moss quoted in March 14, 2011 article “Digging Up Dirt. And Deciphering It.”

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Wall Street Journal Online - Raymond Moss quoted in March 14, 2011 article “If the SEC Knows It , Should You?"

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Dow Jones Newswire - Raymond Moss quoted in June 16, 2011 article “Merrill Losses Bonus Case, Must Pay Broker $1.5 million”

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Morningstar - Raymond Moss quoted in article “Ex-Merrill Brokers Keep Bonuses, Get Windfalls”

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Firm Overview

Moss & Gilmore LLP is an Atlanta and New York-based law firm with significant experience in numerous areas of practice. We are accomplished advocates in both the boardroom and the courtroom, handling sophisticated commercial transactions and complex litigation. 

Our clients include leading domestic and foreign multinational corporations, major financial institutions, broker-dealers, investment advisers, investment funds, and public and privately-held companies. We serve start-up ventures and individuals as well. Other lawyers and law firms often retain our services themselves and refer their clients to us when conflicts arise. 

We have substantial experience representing investors, broker-dealers and funds in investment-related disputes. The firm also represents corporate and individual whistleblowers in state and federal false claims, and SEC, CFTC and IRS whistleblower actions in various industries including securities, health care and defense contracting. We represent employees and third parties in related wrongful termination claims related to reporting or seeking to prevent fraud. The firm has over a billion dollars in claims in current whistleblower actions pending.

The firm is composed of lawyers who have worked at some of the largest and most prestigious law firms in the country. In handling matters, partners not only provide direct strategic guidance, but also perform the work themselves. As a result, matters are not staffed with layers of associates and are completed in a timely and cost-effective manner. The firm utilizes state-of-the-art technology to render excellent client service.

We value exceptional lawyers who function collaboratively as well as independently. Our attorneys approach their work with enthusiasm, energy and commitment to achieving our clients' goals.

Blog Posts

BHP Billiton To Pay SEC $25M For FCPA Bribery Violations for inviting and paying for foreign government officials to attend the Beijing Olympics - Foreign companies with US stock listings beware of the reach of the FCPA

BHP Billiton, an Australian-based global resources company, whose ADR shares are also listed on the NYSE, agreed to pay $25 million to settle a charge...

U.S. Military Contractor in Afghanistan Sentenced to 4 Years in Prison for Offering Bribes to a US Army Official

A New York federal judge sentenced Akbar Ahmed Sherzai, an independent contractor for a trucking company in Afghanistan that was responsible for delivering fuel to...

Wall Street Regulator FINRA Strengthens Its Sanction Guidelines against Brokerage Firms and Registered Reps

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), the largest independent regulator for all securities firms doing business in the United States, announced on May 12, 2015,...

Broker-Dealer LPL Financial to Pay $11.7 Million to Settle FINRA Charges of Widespread Supervisory Failures Related to Complex Products Sales, Including ETFs, Variable Annuities and Non-traded REITs

            The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) announced today that it has censured LPL Financial LLC and fined it $10 million for broad supervisory failures...

SEC Obtains $9.5 Million Settlement for Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Bribery to Foreign Officials in Saudi Arabia by U.S. Public Company – Beware of Gift Giving

            FLIR Systems, Inc. (“FLIR”), a publically traded company based in Oregon, agreed on April 8, 2015 to pay $9.5 million to settle claims made...


Selected Recent Developments in Indemnification and Advancement Rights for Officers, Directors, Investment Managers of Hedge Funds, and Other Related Parties: Who Will Pick Up the Bill and When?

Practising Law Institute; Securities Arbitration the Market Meltdown Era: Achieving Fairness in Perception and Reality (Volume Two; 2009)

The U.S. Patriot Act and Related Domestic and International Anti-Money Laundering Regulations, With a Special Focus on Switzerland: Legal and Business Implications

Practising Law Institute; Securities Arbitration Handbook (2004 ed.)

New CFTC Flexibility for Hedge Fund Managers

ABANA Review (Fall 2003)

The Wall Street Analyst: Rise and Fall of a Rock Star

Practising Law Institute; Securities Arbitration Handbook (2002 ed.)

Liability Of Clearing Firms: Traditional And Developing Perspectives

Practising Law Institute; Securities Arbitration Handbook (1998 ed.)

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Practice Areas

False Claims Act, CFTC, SEC and IRS Whistleblower Litigation Broker-Dealer and Other Investment Professional Disputes Business Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution Corporate, Securities, and Mergers and Acquisitions

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Atlanta Office

3630 Peachtree Road
Suite 1025
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
Telephone: (678) 381-8600
Facsimile: (815) 364-0515

New York City Office

30 Wall Street,
8th Floor
New York, New York 10005-2205
Telephone: (212) 709-8255
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Long Island Office

129 Third Street
Mineola, New York 11501
Telephone: (516) 739-9009
Facsimile: (516) 739-9011