New York City-based attorney Juan Monteverde has earned a stellar reputation as a champion of shareholders' rights. Throughout his career, he has been known for fighting against changes in control, including mergers or buyouts, and getting back millions of dollars for shareholders. Monteverde has been at the vanguard of proxy compensation disclosure, ensuring CEOs give a clear picture of their pay after Dodd-Frank.
Monteverde is the founding partner of the law firm Monteverde & Associates PC, based in the famous Empire State Building. He is in charge of a group of very talented lawyers who are experts in shareholder rights and whose job is safeguarding shareholders against corporate mistakes and wrongdoing. Monteverde & Associates helps people who have lost money because of fraud or deceptive advertising by a business. The team can handle matters at any level, from local trial and appeals courts to the U.S. Supreme Court. "No one is above the law" is Monteverde's philosophy, which shows how much he cares about doing the right thing in court.
Before launching his business, Monteverde worked at Faruqi & Faruqi LLP for six years as a partner and head of the Mergers and Acquisition Litigation Department from 2010 to 2016. Faruqi & Faruqi is a nationwide law company that helps investors and consumers with class action lawsuits. Monteverde was a big part of how he became the lawyer he is today. The firm was committed to complicated litigation in several critical stockholder-related specialties, which helped the trial team win big often.