Welcome to Meissner Associates
At Meissner Associates, Mr. Meissner uses his extensive experience to help clients, placing them at ease knowing that an experienced professional is handling their matter competently. The firm represents individuals, professionals, businesses, retirees, institutional investors, corporate clients, charities, and securities employee in matters that require an experienced attorney, who is highly familiar with securities law, employment law, and criminal law, along with a variety of business and investment disputes. As a result of his lengthy experience as a criminal prosecutor the firm handles a variety of legal matters including claims arising from defamatory actions of brokerage firms, improper U5 filings, FINRA issues, stock broker fraud, broker negligence, investor fraud, and a variety of employment disputes within the securities industry including compensation, bonus disputes, contract negotiation, regulatory defense, whistleblower claims/retaliation, Qui Tam claims, Wells Notice responses, subpoena issues, OTR representation before FINRA and the SEC, Martin Act issues, and FINRA arbitration.
In his capacity as a tenacious litigator, Mr. Meissner with decades of legal experience, draws from his years of litigation experience accrued at the NYS Attorney General’s Office, the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office and private practice to assist his clients who have lauded his work on their behalf over the years.
Contact our offices for a Free confidential* phone consultation at: (212) 764-3100.
Schedule a Consultation
The Meissner firm offers a free thirty minute phone consultation on any matter. One unlimited in-person consultation is available on any matter for a nominal flat consultation fee, with a waiver of such fee made on a case by case basis with regard to potential contingency based matters. All consultations are kept strictly confidential and maintained as such. However, no formal attorney-client relationship is formed by this submission. Any attorney-client relationship can only be established after all potential conflicts of interest may be investigated, after careful consideration of the all the relevant facts that may pertain to your particular claims or claims, and a written fee agreement is entered into. All claims arising under state or federal law have deadlines, are time sensitive and will be forever barred or lost if not brought within a specified period of time after these events occurred or should have been discovered.
In the Media
2014-2015 Promissory Note and Fraudulent Inducement Case
Stuart You are fearless in facing down the other side. you remind me of “Rocky 1″, making no assumptions that it was going to be an easy win, but left no rock unturned in accomplishing our goal. Thanks.
Michael, Houston Texas
2010 Suitability Case vs. Morgan Stanley
Thank you for all you did you are the best. By the way, I think of you often and will always remember what a joy it was working with you — especially when the
checks arrived! Hope you and your family are well.
East Meadow, N.Y.
2010 Suitability Case vs. Morgan Stanley
Once again we would like to tell you and your firm that we are please with the settlement that you negotiated. Please pass along to Michael that we appreciate all of the work that went into our case.
We will be happy to speak with any of your prospective clients. Hope all is well with you Stuart. We appreciate your wonderful help.
2009 Auction Rate Securities Matter vs. UBS
We are much relieved and have not enough words to thank you for such good work on our behalf. We also appreciate all the help we got from your staff
2009 Churning & Suitability Case vs Oppenheimer & Co.
Happy New Year…you made my year in 2009.
2008 Suitability Case and Overconcentration Case
Stuart, just want to thank you very much for all you did for us.
Staten Island, N.Y.
2007 Senior Employee Whistleblower Case v. Major Wire House
I wanted to take a moment look back and personally express my appreciation for all of your efforts in how my was handled and concluded. Needless to say there were numerous venues which you had to choose from, the allegations involved whistle blowing, age discrimination, defamation, securities law violations and as you expected from the firest the multi-billion dollar corporation involved denied all claims and responsibility until the final bell. Your patience and professionalism will never be forgotten by me or my family espeicailly near the end when your counsel was invaluable in letting us make all crucial decisions without pressure but with a clear understanding of what could be won or lost depending on the course we pursued.
Thank you again,
Madison, New Jersey
2007 Suitability Case vs. Citigroup Global Markets
We really appreciate all your efforts on our behalf.
Chuck & Kelly
2007 Employee Stock Option Case vs. Morgan Stanley
In seriousness, it may take me some time to get used to the reality of
winding up with this chunk of change — but seeing the check for yourself sure
helps bringing that home. Maybe I will even make better use of it this time
around! Please give me a ring any time you’re in town, and I’ll do the same when I
visit the Big Apple
2004 Technology Employee Stock Option Case vs Banc of America Securities:
We appreciate the hard work, dedication and passion you put into our case we wanted to say “thank you”.
Robert & Denise,