Jake Zamansky (lawyer)
Zamansky worked for the Federal Trade Commission as a federal prosecutor, and at the firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom. In June 2001, Zamansky won a securities arbitration case against Wall Street firm Merrill Lynch and stock analyst Henry Blodget and received a $400,000 settlement.
In late 2006, Zamansky filed a case against a Long Island-based financial adviser alleging the defendant's clients were the victims of predatory lending. Zamansky has represented securities professionals involved in employment disputes and been involved in Termination Form U-5 defamation cases. Zamansky has opposed the court ruling, (Rosenberg v. Metlife) which provides brokerage firm’s with “absolute privilege” regarding what they write on a Form U-5.
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- Gasparino, Charles "Blood on the Street" Free Press, New York, 2005 pg. 204-205
- Gasparino, Charles “All-Star Analyst Faces Arbitration After Internet Picks Hit the Skids” The Wall Street Journal March 2, 2001
- Gasparino, Charles "Blood on the Street" Free Press, New York, 2005 pg. 206
- Masters, Brooke A. “Spoiling for a Fight: The Rise of Eliot Spitzer” Times Books, New York, 2006 pg. 79
- Gasparino, Charles “Merrill Is Paying in Wake of Analyst's Call on Tech Stock” The Wall Street Journal July 20, 2001
- Kolker, Carlyn “Countrywide, IndyMac Bancorp Face Homeowner Mortgage-Fraud Suit” Bloomberg News March 22, 2007
- Boyd, Roddy (March 22, 2007). "L.I. Swindler". New York Post. Retrieved September 18, 2013.
- Craig, Sue “Fired Bear Stearns Broker Seeks $30 Million in Damages” The Wall Street Journal September 5, 2006
- Juan, Evelyn “When Court Upholds Award to Brokers Fired by Merrill” The Wall Street Journal March 28, 2007
- Pessin, Jaime Levy “Court Grants Absolute Privilege on U-5 Forms” Dow Jones News March 29, 2007