Andrew Davitt Speaks at ExecuSummit Errors & Omissions Conference

Andrew W. Davitt, chair of the Securities and Investments Practice Group in the Philadelphia office of Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, was a featured speaker at the 10th Annual Errors & Omissions Insurance ExecuSummit, held June 7 – 8 in Uncasville, CT. Mr. Davitt and fellow panelists presented the program, "Are Stock Brokers Fiduciaries? Depends on Who You Speak With. The Department of Labor Fiduciary Rule." The program focused on the new Rule, and its potential impact on investments and investment professionals.

Mr. Davitt is highly accomplished in the area of securities and investments professional liability litigation. Throughout his career, he has successfully represented investment firms, professionals, registered investment advisors, financial planners and insurance agents in matters involving business disputes, customer complaints, regulatory inquiries/investigations, mediations, arbitrations and litigation. He and the members of his practice group represent the interests of FINRA member broker-dealers, registered representatives, certified financial planners, RIAs, insurance agents and brokers, and other securities and insurance industry professionals throughout the United States.

His background includes licensure as an insurance agent in the states of Pennsylvania and New Jersey, licensure as a real estate agent in Pennsylvania, and he was also licensed with various states and with FINRA as a Registered Representative. Among his many professional activities, he is a member of the Pennsylvania and New Jersey Bar Associations, and serves on the Securities Regulation Committee of the Philadelphia Bar Association. He is additionally a member of the Professional Liability Underwriting Society, the National Society of Compliance Professionals and the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance.