The Impact of Reg BI on Customer Arbitration and Enforcement Proceedings
Join Kessler Collins’ expert panel discussion on Reg BI’s anticipated impact on FINRA arbitrations and its influence on regulators’ enforcement decisions.
Kessler Collins, P.C.
Gary Kessler is Chairman of Kessler Collins PC. He is board certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Civil Trial Law. He has been named in the Best Lawyers in America for over twenty-five years and has been named a “Super Lawyer” for over nineteen years. He has represented major real estate firms, financial institutions, and insurers (both domestic and foreign). Gary is a frequent lecturer for industry groups including ICSC, serves on the Board of Editors for the Shopping Center Law & Strategy and is an instructor for the National Institute of Trial Advocacy.
Gary is a member of the Dallas Inns of Court, an organization whose principal mission is to teach young attorneys the value of ethical advocacy in a litigation practice. Gary is a fellow in the Texas Bar Foundation and Dallas Bar Foundation.
Kessler Collins, P.C.
Bryon Romine is a shareholder of Kessler Collins, P.C. Bryon’s practice focuses on commercial litigation in both state and federal court. He also represents clients in arbitration proceedings before the American Arbitration Association and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). He has extensive experience, trying numerous jury and bench trials and arbitrations. He also represents clients in regulatory matters, including investigations and inquiries brought by the SEC, FINRA and state accounting boards. Bryon represents clients involving wide spectrum of matters including contract matters, insurance coverage, securities fraud, professional malpractice, and real estate. He assists a wide range of clients in a number of industries including energy, financial services, commercial real estate and insurance.
Bryon is an active member of the Dallas Bar Association and has served on several committees, including the publications committee and the bench bar conference committee. He is a lifetime fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation. He graduated (magna cum laude) from Texas A&M University School of Law.