About Nicole G. Iannarone
|2013 - 2019||Assistant Clinical Professor, Georgia State University ‐ Investor Advocacy Clinic|
Complex commercial litigation, Securities arbitration, and Legal ethics
|J.D., Yale Law School|
|B.A., summa cum laude, Brenau Women's College|
Contributions to Books (1)
Computer as Confidant: Digital Investment Advice and the Fiduciary Standard Chicago-Kent Law Review (2018)
Digital investment advisers are the fastest growing segment of financial technology (fintech) and are disrupting traditional investment advisory delivery models. The computer-led investment advisory service model may be growing particularly quickly due to a confluence ...
A 360 Degree Review of Roles and Responsibilities Concerning Diminished Capacity: Financial Advisers' Obligations to Clients, Lawyers Representing Clients, and Lawyers Preparing Their Practices PIABA Bar Journal (2016)
Cognitive decline or impairment is a problem that will undoubtedly arise in some aspect of a securities arbitration lawyer's practice. It may become an issue when reviewing how a financial adviser interacted with a client, ...
Crafting Comment Letters: Teach Policy, Develop Skills, and Shape Pending Regulation Transactions: The Tennessee Journal of Business Law (2016)
This essay unpacks the regulatory comment letter process and how to incorporate it into the law school curriculum. Participating in live rulemaking offers unique opportunities for students, from mastering the substantive area of law, developing ...
Keeping Our Houses in Order: Lawyers' Obligations Concerning Our Own or Our Colleagues' Inability to Competently Represent Clients PIABA Bar Journal (2016)
Securities arbitration lawyers are well aware of the harms that senior investors with cognitive decline face. Lawyers are not immune to incapacitating conditions that likewise harm clients. Though a lawyer's main focus is typically on ...