James Sallah practices in the area of Securities Regulation and Enforcement, Broker-Dealer Compliance and Defense, Receivership Litigation, Securities Arbitration, and Business Litigation. He has represented national and regional brokerage firms, as well as publicly traded companies and individuals, in a variety of matters, including SEC, FINRA, stock exchange, and state regulatory investigations, internal investigations, federal and state lawsuits, administrative actions, and arbitrations. Mr. Sallah's main focus in the broker-dealer area involves retail and institutional business, compliance and supervision, anti-money laundering, and employment issues. Before entering private practice, he was a Senior Counsel in the Securities and Exchange Commission's Enforcement Division in Miami, Florida. Prior to joining the SEC, Mr. Sallah was Assistant Corporate Counsel for Raymond James Financial, Inc., the largest brokerage institution in the Southeastern United States. While at Raymond James, he represented its broker-dealer subsidiaries and their associated persons in a variety of matters, including litigation and arbitration. At Miami Law Mr. Sallah teaches Securities Enforcement Litigation.