Professional Lawyer for Commercial and civil disputes
Nicholas J. Taldone has been practicing law for 35 years. His law firm’s diverse practice areas reflect Mr. Taldone’s diverse experience. The firm handles most civil matters including personal injury, commercial and business disputes including securities and investment disputes, and insurance disputes as well as real estate transactions including residential and commercial.
The Law Offices of Nicholas Taldone is a boutique law firm that handles select claims. Mr. Taldone personally ensures that the number of cases in which the firm is engaged is never so numerous that it prevents the kind of one-on-one service to clients that they deserve.
Mr. Taldone’s background makes him uniquely qualified.. He worked for the New York State Senate from 1975-1979, obtaining an invaluable perspective on how the legislative process functions. He worked for major New York law firms on behalf of Fortune 100 companies which provided insight into how attorneys for big financial institutions approach their cases. His role as an inside counsel for an International Fortune 100 company from 1984-1989 that engaged in many of that eras biggest corporate transactions provided insight on how the capital markets work. He also worked during this period as an employment law counsel to the company’s Human Resources Department, wherein he engaged in everything from conducting training of employees to litigating emplayment disputes.
Mr. Taldone serves as an arbitrator with the American Arbitration Association and FINRA. Mr. Taldone is well-respected on both sides “of the aisle”. He is frequently asked by attorneys to serve as an arbitrator or mediator in securities cases because of his knowledge of the law and application of fairness to the process.
Mr. Taldone is also a mediator for the American Arbitration Association, the U.S. Post Office and FINRA. He is admitted to practice in the states of Florida, New Jersey, New York and California. He is admitted to appear before the courts of all the prior states as well as the U.S. Supreme Court and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
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