Ross B. Intelisano is a founding partner of Rich, Intelisano & Katz, LLP. He represents individual and institutional investors in securities arbitration and litigation against financial firms, employees in industry disputes, employees in transitions from one financial firm to another, and employees in self-regulatory organization investigations.
Ross has over two decades of experience trying large and complex financial fraud cases on behalf of investors worldwide, including winning the largest arbitration award ever against Goldman Sachs. His clients include high net worth individuals, family offices, hedge funds, funds of funds, endowments, non-profits and other institutions in claims against brokerage firms, investment and private banks, investment advisors, hedge funds and other financial companies.
Ross is presently a member of the prestigious FINRA National Arbitration and Mediation Committee (NAMC) which makes recommendations to FINRA regarding rules, regulations and procedures that govern the conduct of arbitration, mediation, and other dispute resolution matters.
Within the Wall Street employment sphere, Ross has represented CEO’s and other C-Suite executives, traders, salespersons, investment bankers, hedge fund and private equity executives, and scores of high end financial advisors and large broker teams in transitions amongst firms, disputes with employers and issues with regulators.
New York Super Lawyers, a publication of The New York Times Magazine, has named Ross as one of New York’s top Securities Litigation attorneys every year since 2010. Ross is a leading authority on securities and financial fraud and is a frequent television and print commentator. He has appeared on The Today Show, Dateline NBC, Anderson Cooper 360, PBS’s Frontline, Closing Bell and various other shows. He has been quoted extensively by the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, and USA Today