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Andrew Stoltmann, attorney and investor advocate, exclusively concentrates his practice in representing investors who are the victims of investment fraud. He has represented over one thousand individuals in lawsuits and securities arbitration actions against brokerage firms like Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, Wachovia, Linsco, Prudential, Baird, Edward Jones, AG Edwards and Smith Barney and has tried approximately 80 cases (please see Stoltmann Arbitration Awards for some of his decisions). Previous to opening the Stoltmann Law Offices P.C. he was a partner in a law firm concentrating its practice in the representation of investors in lawsuits, arbitration claims and class actions against brokerage firms. Mr. Stoltmann is currently an adjunct securities law professor at Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago.
Mr. Stoltmann was the Editor-In-Chief of the PIABA (Public Investor Arbitration Bar Association) Bar Journal, a law journal for the national association of securities attorneys who represent investors in claims against brokerage firms and stockbrokers, from 2001 through 2005. Mr. Stoltmann is also the co-author of the book “Investor Rights for the Year 2000 and Beyond.” He was voted an Illinois legal Rising Star from 2008 through 2012 and voted a 2014 Super Lawyer by his legal peers. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin (Madison) with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree, Mr. Stoltmann worked as a licensed stockbroker for Olde Discount and Merrill in law school at DePaul University, Mr. Stoltmann clerked at the Chicago NASD Dispute Resolution office, where 95% of securities arbitration cases are decided.