Anthony Varbero is one of the managing partners of Varbero Casagrande LLC. Mr. Varbero practices in many areas including civil fraud, breach of contract, and has a specialty in FINRA and securities arbitrations as he has a unique understanding of the business. Prior to entering the field of law, Mr. Varbero worked at every level of a broker dealer - management, sales, and compliance/legal - and held FINRA series 4, 7, 9, 10, 24, 27, 53, 55, 63, and 65 licenses.
FINRA, is the governing body that provides comprehensive oversight for broker-dealers and serves as the first line of defense for its Investors. Mr. Varbero is proud to have been a successful second line of defense for his clients. The above-mentioned licenses gave Mr. Varbero the qualifications to; purchase and/or sell security products, manage registered representatives as it relates to rules and regulations within a broker dealer environment, supervise options sales personnel and compliance issues, prepare and manage the books and recordkeeping of a member firm, supervise the municipal securities activities of a securities firm or bank dealer, trade in stocks having knowledge of trading practices on the New York Stock Exchange & Over the Counter markets, and to act as an Investment Advisor. These credentials combined with an extensive understanding of the law have resulted in favorable ruling for his clients.
Mr. Varbero is experienced in State, Federal and Appellate Courts. In addition to arguing cases in a multitude of jurisdictions, both state and federal, across the country, he has argued before several dispute resolution forums including AAA, JAMS, NFA, NAM and FINRA. Across these jurisdictions, Mr. Varbero has successfully litigated over $300,000,000.00 million in causes of action that involved securities fraud and breaches of contract.
- J.D., Brooklyn Law School
- MBA in Management and Finance, Fordham University
- Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, Saint John’s University
- Phd in Finance, Pace University - expected graduation 6/2023
- Unauthorized Trading
- Failure to Supervise
- Broker/Dealer Defense
- Securities Law
- Employment Litigation
- Commercial Litigation
Licensed in the following states:
Florida, Illinois, Indiana, New Jersey and New York; federal courts Southern District of New York, Eastern District of New York, Southern District of Florida, Middle District of Florida, Northern District of Florida, District of New Jersey, Northern District of Illinois, Second Circuit Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, Supreme Court of the United States