Bryan Reyhani is recognized as a 2015Super Lawyers Rising Star and an AV Preeminent-rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell.
Mr. Reyhani’s nationwide practice focuses on regulatory matters before the SEC, FINRA and other regulators, including investigations, Wells notices and Enforcement trials. He regularly counsels clients as to best practices and also handles arbitrations, litigations, and regulatory and compliance matters on behalf of hedge funds, national and regional financial services firms, investment advisors and registered representatives. He further counsels clients regarding employment issues and industry record disputes.
Mr. Reyhani has successfully represented clients in multi-million dollar matters involving a broad range of issues including securities fraud, sales practices and breaches of fiduciary duty, as well as issues relating to offshore accounts, private placements, commodities, REITs, prepaid forward contracts, collars, complex trusts, derivatives, ISDA agreements and foreign currency trading. He represents clients in both domestic and foreign matters, including matters that have emanated from Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Australia and Latin America.
Mr. Reyhani also represents individuals and businesses in a wide variety of complex civil and commercial disputes in courts around the country. He represents businesses and shareholders in intracompany disputes and also represents clients in connection with cutting-edge topics such as Blockchain and Bitcoin. He further counsels clients regarding business risks, litigation prevention and litigation readiness.
Prior to co-founding Reyhani Nemirovsky LLP, he was a partner at Loeb & Loeb LLP and was previously a Vice President and Counsel at Merrill Lynch.
Member, Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association, Compliance & Legal Division
Member, American Bar Association, Securities Litigation Committee and Subcommittee on Self-Regulatory Organizations
Member, Nassau County Bar Association
Admissions Admitted to practice in New York
U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
Brooklyn Law School, JD (1999)
Syracuse University, BA, cum laude (1996)