Holly Stein Sollod concentrates her nationwide trial practice in securities and complex commercial litigation and arbitration.
Holly brings more than 30 years of experience in both New York and Colorado to her practice representing public and private companies and individuals in high-stakes securities litigation and arbitration, shareholder derivative suits, SEC and FINRA investigations and enforcement matters and bet-the-company complex commercial litigation, including class actions.
Clients turn to Holly because of her proven track record of obtaining results that meet each client’s unique needs. As a former Director of Arbitrations at the American Stock Exchange, she brings practical knowledge and experience to her arbitration practice.
As a Fellow in the College of Commercial Arbitrators, Holly is also an experienced arbitrator and mediator and has handled hundreds of alternative dispute resolution matters in securities and commercial cases.
Securities Litigation and Arbitration
Holly represents clients in all aspects of securities litigation, including class actions, shareholder derivative suits, regulatory investigations and private securities litigation. This includes securities, derivative, RICO class actions, SEC and stock exchange investigations and arbitrations, internal investigations, suits claiming breach of fiduciary duty, misconduct by corporate directors, and corporate governance litigation arising from M&A transactions.
White Collar and SEC Enforcement
Holly’s clients include companies and their senior executives facing regulatory investigations and enforcement actions by the SEC, FINRA, and other regulatory organizations. Holly has years of experience defending companies and their officers and directors in SEC and FINRA enforcement proceedings and investigations, conducting internal corporate investigations, and acting as counsel to Special Litigation Committees.
Complex Commercial Litigation and Class Actions
Holly’s practice also focuses on a wide variety of complex commercial litigation claims, involving breach of contract, fraud, RICO, COCCA, cybersecurity, consumer class actions, lender liability, TILA, FCRA, and TCPA class actions.