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Michael Rediker Named to 2016 Chambers and Partners

Michael Rediker Named to 2016 Chambers and Partners

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – June 21, 2016 – RumbergerKirk partner J. Michael Rediker was selected by Chambers and Partners for inclusion in the 2016 edition of Chambers USA, which is considered the preeminent guide to lawyers and law firms.  Rediker was selected for Litigation: General Commercial (Alabama).

The guide commended Rediker for his extensive commercial litigation expertise. According to the publication, “Peers recognize the reputation of Michael Rediker, who maintains a national practice in financial services litigation.”

Chambers and Partners employs a team of more than 150 highly qualified full-time researchers who identify and rank the world`s best lawyers and law firms based on in-depth, objective research and interviews. The results are published annually.

Rediker focuses his practice in the area of financial services litigation which is national in scope. He represents clients in the areas of securities, corporate governance, broker-dealer regulation and litigation, RICO, bond issuances and bond defaults, product liability, fraud, corporate law, trust law and business torts. He has particular experience in institutional, derivative, class action complex and multi-district litigation. Rediker has litigated cases in federal, state and appellate courts as well as before the United States Supreme Court and United States Tax Court. He also represents claimants and respondents in FINRA and AAA arbitration forums.

In the course of his practice, Rediker has represented institutional and individual investors of all types including state pension funds, insurance companies, mutual funds, financial institutions and private retirement funds. He has also represented public and private corporations and governmental entities and also has considerable experience in the transactional and client advisory sides of securities and corporate finance.

In addition to his law practice, Mike served as an adjunct professor for the University of Alabama School of Law and Cumberland School of Law, teaching securities regulation and related topics. He has authored numerous articles, book chapters, presentations and continuing legal education study outlines.