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Aime Dempsey

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Epstein Becker & Green

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Aime Dempsey is a Senior Attorney in the Litigation and Labor and Employment practices, in the firm's New York office. She handles a broad range of commercial and employment-related matters in federal and state courts and before arbitration tribunals and administrative agencies.

 

Ms. Dempsey has experience representing clients in a wide variety of industries and areas, concentrating on the financial services industry, but also including the advertising and media, health care, pharmaceutical, manufacturing and distributing, and not-for-profit industries. She is a member of the firm's Technology, Media, and Telecommunications strategic industry group.

 

Ms. Dempsey:

  • Represents clients in FINRA and American Arbitration Association arbitrations; such representation includes, among other things, handling customer disputes against financial services industry clients
  • Represents financial services and other clients in restrictive covenant and related matters in federal, state, and arbitration forums
  • Represents clients with respect to allegations related to the suitability and scope of financial investments, including disputes among financial entities as well as claims from customers
  • Additionally, Ms. Dempsey has assisted in writing columns appearing in The New York Law Journal on securities-related topics and has given CLE-qualified seminars on New York practice. She is active in her community, currently sitting on the Board of Trustees for non-profit Briarcliff Nursery School and the Executive Board of the local PTA. Ms. Dempsey was also a Cub Scout den leader.

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