Hulett Harper Stewart LLP was created in July 2000 to provide quality representation to individual and corporate clients in the areas of complex business, securities, antitrust, consumer, employment, Indian gaming, and class litigation. Our three partners bring to the firm more than 70 years of experience as counsel in numerous large, high visibility cases.
Hulett Harper Stewart LLP has obtained a number of multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements for its clients. These successes include principal involvement in a case concerning Visa and MasterCard’s failure to disclose currency conversion fees that resulted in a $336 million settlement for consumers; a $127 million settlement for clients of one of the nation’s largest brokerage firms in Enriquez v. Edward D. Jones, Co., a case concerning the brokerage firm’s receipt of illegal kickbacks from mutual fund companies; a $150 settlement for investors in In re Broadcom Corp. Securities Litigation, a federal securities class action; and a recovery for an elderly individual who lost over $40 million as part of Wall Street’s largest single-broker fraud case in history.
The key strengths of our firm include:
Attorney Experience – Our lawyers have decades of collective practice in significant complex litigation, arbitration, and class action representation, and have been recognized for their diligence, energy, skill and imagination.
Case Success – As lead or co-lead counsel, we have secured hundreds of millions of dollars in class action and other settlements.
Client Focus – Settlements in which we participated have benefited classes of consumers, investors and employees – and have addressed financial fraud and anticompetitive market practices.
Practice Depth – Our litigation practice combines a solid understanding of antitrust law, consumer and investor protection, and representation of shareholders and policyholders.
The firm’s mission is to provide high quality legal services and personal attention to our clients in a select number of cases. We place our clients’ interests first and employ legal strategies designed to achieve for them the most favorable outcome possible.