Moss & Gilmore represent JetSuite, Inc. in connection with JetBlue Strategic Investment
October 25, 2016
JetBlue Airways (NASDAQ: JBLU) made a strategic minority equity investment in JetSuite, Inc., one of the largest private jet companies in the U.S. Goldman Sachs acted as financial advisor to JetSuite, Inc. in the transaction.
Moss & Gilmore Named to New York and Georgia's Top Rated Lawyers in 2016 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 and 15.
Moss & Gilmore Represents Alloy Wheel Repair Specialists, Inc. and certain affiliates in the sale of substantially all of its assets to New York Private Equity Firm
Alloy Wheel Repair Specialists, Inc. and its franchisees (“Alloy Wheel”) provide on-site repair of cosmetic damage to alloy wheel cores, off-site remanufacturing of structurally damaged wheels, and OEM replacement parts through a strong retail network. Alloy Wheel operates in 47 states and 15 countries, serving 8,000 auto dealerships, collision shops, tire store accounts, rental car agencies, auctions and auto centers and retail consumers. Soundcore Capital Partners, a New York-based private equity firm, invests in lower middle market businesses. The transaction team for Alloy Wheel was led by Raymond L. Moss.
Folha de S.Paulo in Brazil Publishes Moss & Gilmore Article on SEC/FCPA Whistleblowing and What Brazilians Can do to Fight Corruption
August 24, 2015
Raymond Moss represents whistleblower to win first ever FCA whistleblower and 17 State Settlement under the Affordable Care Act, recovering $6.88 million
August 5, 2015 -- Raymond Moss represents healthcare billing specialist whistleblower in first ever Federal and 17 State whistleblower settlement against Pediatric Services of America, the nation's largest home health care company for medically fragile children, over failure to return overpayments within 60 days under the Affordable Care Act. Her claims also included wrongful termination and retaliation under the False Claims Act, which claims were also resolved.
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.
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.
Raymond Moss obtains default in connection with multi-billion dollar military false claims case
March 24, 2012
Wall Street Journal Online - Raymond Moss quoted in January 27, 2011 article “SEC Calls For Easier Access to Disclosure Systems”
Fox Business News - Raymond Moss quoted in January 2011 article “SEC Recommends Easier Investor Access To Disclosure Systems"
Wall Street Journal Online - Raymond Moss quoted in March 14, 2011 article “Digging Up Dirt. And Deciphering It.”
Wall Street Journal Online - Raymond Moss quoted in March 14, 2011 article “If the SEC Knows It , Should You?"
Dow Jones Newswire - Raymond Moss quoted in June 16, 2011 article “Merrill Losses Bonus Case, Must Pay Broker $1.5 million”
Morningstar - Raymond Moss quoted in article “Ex-Merrill Brokers Keep Bonuses, Get Windfalls”
Raymond Moss represents Neeleman JS Holdings in acquisition of substantially all of the assets of Los Angeles-based private jet company JetSuite Air
Investors in Neeleman JS Holdings include David Neeleman, founder of JetBlue Airlines and founder and CEO of Azul Airlines in Brazil, and Acadia Woods Partners, a New York investment fund that provides seed and growth capital to private companies. The acquisition team was led by Raymond L. Moss.
JetSuite Acquisition (10/4/10)
Moss & Gilmore represents whistleblower in multi-billion dollar false claims case against large defense contractor
Forbes "Hedge Hell" article: Firm represents large international institutional investor in mortgage-backed securities hedge fund fraud suit
Forbes Hedge Hell - Investors who were attracted to Highland Capital’s tough investment style are now feeling a little roughed up
June 22, 2009 by Nathan Vardi
Michael Gilmore successfully defends broker breach of employment agreement claims initiated by Kirlin Securities, Inc.
After a nineteen day arbitration hearing, an arbitration panel issued an arbitration award on March 18, 2009 that unanimously dismissed all claims by Kirlin against six former brokers who allegedly breached restrictive covenants in employment agreements.
Raymond L. Moss elected Member of the Congress of Fellows
In recognition of the contributions he has made to the Center for International Legal Studies, based in Salzburg, Austria, Raymond L. Moss was elected as a Member of the Congress of Fellows in September 2008.
Raymond Moss wins indemnification for former Vice President, Branch Manager, and Broker against Wachovia/A.G. Edwards & Sons, Inc. for successful defense of customer claim in arbitration and litigation
May 16, 2008
Case shows risk in arbitration appeals
The Fulton County Daily Report, July 17, 2006
By Andy Peters
Raymond Moss quoted in article “Analysts warn of reverse mergers' dangers, but some say smaller companies can benefit from alternative to IPO”
The Fulton County Daily Report, May 31, 2006
By Andy Peters
Raymond Moss defeats vacatur challenge to NASD arbitration award
In January 2006, Raymond Moss obtained a final order from the Superior Court of Fulton County, Georgia, dismissing an investor’s application to vacate an NASD arbitration award. Mr. Moss represented a nationally known securities broker-dealer and one of its brokers in defeating the losing investor's vacatur application.
Sky Radio interview
In June 2005, Raymond L. Moss was one of the featured attorneys interviewed for Sky Radio's special tribute to "America's Best Lawyers" which aired on the Forbes Business Channel on all American Airlines airplanes during the month of June. His topic of discussion was successfully advising and growing early-stage technology and biotechnology companies in today's market. To listen to the full exclusive interview, click here.
Patriot Act article
In August 2004, Raymond L. Moss published an article entitled, "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.).
Citi brokerage client represented by Raymond Moss to get $1.55 million, Worldcom Investment Handled Improperly in Salomon Account
Bloomberg News, December 24, 2003
Recent Trends in Private and Public Equity Investment
In October 2002, Raymond L. Moss was a presenter at the International Securities Law and Regulation Conference in Salzburg, Austria, sponsored by the Center for International Legal Studies. His presentation was entitled, "Recent Trends in Private and Public Equity Investment in the United States by Foreign Investors."
The Wall Street Analyst: Rise and Fall of a Rock Star
In August 2002, Raymond L. Moss and Michael P. Gilmore published an article entitled, "The Wall Street Analyst: Rise and Fall of a Rock Star" Practising Law Institute Securities Arbitration Handbook (2002 ed.).
Raymond Moss publishes indemnification trends article
In August 2009, Raymond L. Moss published an article entitled, "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).
Annual securities arbitration seminar
In the summer of 1999, Raymond L. Moss appeared as a faculty member at the Practising Law Institute’s Annual Securities Arbitration Seminar.
Liability of Clearing Firms: Traditional and Developing Perspectives
In the summer of 1998, Raymond L. Moss published an article entitled, "Liability of Clearing Firms: Traditional and Developing Perspectives," Practising Law Institute’s Security Arbitration Handbook (1998 ed.).
Raymond Moss recovers deferred compensation benefits for departing securities broker
In July 1998, Raymond L. Moss asserted an NASD arbitration claim on behalf of a retiring securities professional against a major broker-dealer to recover deferred compensation in the form of cash, stock and stock options. Mr. Moss contended that the broker-dealer had breached its contractual "retirement" arrangements with its departing broker. Mr. Moss recovered a six digit NASD arbitration award for the client.
Advisory committee for securities law amendments
In the spring of 1998, Raymond L. Moss was appointed to an Advisory Committee to the Secretary of State of Georgia in connection with the adoption of certain amendments to the securities laws of Georgia prompted by the National Securities Improvements Act of 1996.
Raymond Moss quoted in article in The Wall Street Journal, “How Atlanta Broker Threw Pro Athletes for Major Losses---Oscar Ayala Jr. of Shearson Played on Unlevel Field, and Clients Seek Redress”
The Wall Street Journal, February 3, 1992
By Michael Siconolfi