5/31/2017

Holland & Hart Partner Holly Stein Sollod Expands Practice to Include Mediation Services in Business Disputes and FINRA Arbitrations

Holland & Hart is pleased to announce that Holly Stein Sollod has expanded her practice to include mediation and neutral evaluation services in commercial business disputes and FINRA arbitrations.

For more than 30 years, Holly has practiced law in both New York and Colorado, representing public and private companies, as well as individuals, in high-stakes securities litigation, shareholder derivative lawsuits, SEC enforcement matters and FINRA arbitrations. Her trial practice also includes complex business disputes involving trade secrets, corporate divorce, breach of contract, covenants not to compete, breach of fiduciary duty, insurance, consumer fraud, and merger and acquisitions.

Holly received her 40-hour mediator training at the CDR Associates in Boulder, Colorado. In addition, she has mediated hundreds of matters as an advocate and specializes in cases involving capital markets, securities, and/or business law disputes.

Holly is a Fellow in the College of Commercial Arbitrators. She has served on the American Arbitration Association (AAA) Complex Commercial Panel since 1989, and has been a FINRA, Chairperson qualified arbitrator since 1986.

Holly will continue to be fully engaged in her securities and commercial litigation practice, while simultaneously providing individuals and businesses with a timely, cost-effective option to negotiate a mutually-agreeable resolution of their disputes.

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