Nicholas J. Guiliano is nationally known and has extensive experience in the litigation of securities related matters including securities arbitrations and claims against stockbrokers and investment professionals for fraud and misconduct. Guiliano has been featured in numerous financial publications including Smart Money Magazine, "Is your Broker a Crook?" August 2001, Cranes Business Daily, and the Wall Street Journal. Mr. Guiliano has appeared as a guest on CNBC Business Center, "Tricks of the Trade."
Mr. Guiliano is admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, and the United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals. Mr. Guiliano has successfully represented clients in securities arbitrations and other complex securities related matters in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Illinois, Nevada, Massachusetts, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Washington.
Mr. Guiliano has also been a regular law school lecturer on the topic of Securities Fraud Litigation and Enforcement, NASD Securities Arbitrations and Claims against Stockbrokers.
Mr. Guiliano has been previously qualified by the NASD as a general securities agent, general securities principal, NYSE supervisory analyst, and financial and operations principal.
Mr. Guiliano is a graduate of the Peddie School, and is a 1983 honors graduate of Tulane University in New Orleans, where he studied economics and finance. Following his graduation from Tulane, Mr. Guiliano was a securities analyst and investment strategist at a New York Stock Exchange member firm, and later became Director of Investment Research at a large regional securities firm.
Mr. Guiliano studied international law at Harvard University, and is a graduate, cum laude, from the Temple University School of Law where he was the first place winner of the I. Herman Stern Moot Court Competition. He won "Best Brief" in the National Corporate Law Moot Court Competition sponsored by the Widener University School of Law in Delaware, and was a Quarter Finalist in the National Moot Court competition sponsored by the New York City Bar Association. He is the author of "The Sudden and Accidental Exception to the Pollution Exclusion Solution," 13 TEMP. ENVTL. L. & TECH. J. 401 (Spring 1994), and is the winner of the Reuben E. Cohen Award for Highest Academic Achievement in Zoning and Land Use Planning Law, along with the Temple Alumni/ae Moot Court Award. Mr. Guiliano served in a Clinical Federal Judicial Clerkship to the Hon. Clarence C. Newcomer, in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Mr. Guiliano was associated with the Philadelphia law firms of Barrack, Rodos & Bacine and Berger & Montague, P.C., where he practiced securities class action litigation. Mr. Guiliano presently serves as co-counsel in various national securities class actions.
Mr. Guiliano resides in New Jersey with his wife, son and daughter. For more than 35 years, Mr. Guiliano has been an avid practitioner of Japanese Shotokan Karate, and his personal interests also have included the pro bono litigation of certain environmental and other real estate zoning matters on behalf of not for profit organizations.
Kate Sherlock Guiliano - Paralegal
Kate Sherlock Guiliano began her legal career as a Paralegal in the Litigation Department of the Philadelphia law firm of Korn, Kline and Kutner where she was promoted to Paralegal Supervisor. Ms. Guiliano was then employed as a Senior Paralegal at the Philadelphia law firm of LaBrum & Doak, where she worked with the former Managing Partner handling complex litigation matters and provided trial support in Federal and State Courts throughout Pennsylvania.
Ms. Guiliano is a past member of the Board of Directors of the Philadelphia Paralegal Association and is a past Co-Chair of the Litigation Specialty Section of the Philadelphia Paralegal Association. She was also a past panel member at a Philadelphia Bench/Bar Conference concerning the Paralegal Profession.
At the Guiliano Law Firm, Ms. Guiliano is responsible for all aspects of Securities Arbitration discovery production and analysis as well as trial support and preparation in connection with stockbroker fraud matters.