Counseling and representing clients in litigation, arbitration, regulatory enforcement proceedings, investigations and compliance is the cornerstone of our commodities law practice. Homer Bonner Jacobs has over 20 years of collective experience representing clients in all types of commodities-related arbitrations, litigation and appeals. We have a well-deserved reputation of excellence for creative, effective and cost-efficient representation.
We regularly represent all facets of the commodities industry, including associated persons, futures commission merchants, commodity trading advisors, introducing brokers and principals of these firms in arbitration, mediation, reparations proceedings and administrative actions before the National Futures Association (NFA), Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), various exchanges, and state and federal courts. Our commodities lawyers possess a vast knowledge of the Commodity Exchange Act and the rules and regulations of the CFTC and NFA.
Our commodities attorneys have substantial experience in defending institutions and individuals in disciplinary proceedings, investigations and appeals with respect to matters brought by the NFA, CFTC, United States Attorney, and various self-regulatory organizations. We also assist clients in responding to inquiries from the government and self-regulatory organizations, and we defend them in governmental and private actions. In addition, we represent brokerage firms and brokers in matters involving non-compete agreements, non-solicitation agreements, and confidentiality agreements.
To speak with one of our experienced commodities attorneys, contact us. We will be glad to provide a free initial consultation.