Jeffrey Sonn concentrates his practice in securities arbitration/litigation, business litigation, and class actions, including substantial experience in Ponzi Schemes. The Firm is located in Aventura, Florida, between Miami and Fort Lauderdale. Jeff has represented thousands of individual and institutional investors in arbitrations, federal and state courts, as well as class actions. Jeffrey Sonn has been recognized as one of the Top 100 Civil Trial Lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers Association in the State of Florida, and a Superlawyer by the Superlawyers rating network. Jeffrey Sonn is also “AV” rated by Martindale Hubbel, the highest rating by this independent peer ratings company, recognizing superior lawyer abilities and the highest grade for ethics. Jeff has won significant verdicts, including an $11.1 million verdict in Madhany vs. Citigroup and a $16 million verdict in Federal Court in a complex contract dispute with the FDIC. Also, Jeff secured a $50 million dollar judgment in a Ponzi Scheme, Katz vs. MRT Holdings. Jeff also served on the national steering committee of attorneys for Plaintiffs and helped negotiate a $151 million dollar settlement for investors in a large scale Ponzi scheme. Jeff has also served as counsel to receivers in Ponzi scheme cases to recover money for investors. Jeff proudly serves as a Director for the Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association, a bar association dedicated to level the playing field in securities arbitration for investors.
JD, 1988, University of Miami
BA 1984, University of Flroida
National Trial Lawyers, Top 100 Civil Trial Lawyers in Florida
MultiMillion Dollar Advocates Forum
Million Dollar Advocates Forum
AV Rated, Martindale Hubbel
Advisory Board, Magen David Adom, Blood Bank
Executive Vice President, Temple Beth Torah
Treasurer, Temple Beth Torah
Instructor, Miami Police College, Financial Fraud
Lecturer, University of Miami Securities Arbitration Clinic
Commentator, CNBC, "On the Money"
Contributor, CNBC, "American Greed, Scott Rothstein Ponzi Scheme"