Aaron heads Barr Law Group’s financial industry litigation practice. He has represented the world’s largest asset managers, banks and financial services firms in all manner of cases arising under the federal and state securities laws. Prior to joining the firm, Aaron was an attorney at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, where he focused on class action securities litigation, cases under the Investment Company Act, and regulatory investigations.
He joined Barr Law Group to represent individual investors in mutual funds, ETFs and other retail investment products, and founded the firm’s financial industry litigation practice. He is currently representing individual shareholders in multiple excessive mutual fund fee cases, as well as cases involving the duties owed by brokers, advisors and mutual fund boards.
Aaron also represents individuals and small businesses in cases arising from private investments, unfair competition, cyberpiracy and intellectual property. He has an active pro bono practice, and has represented clients from pizza shops to non-profit board members.
Aaron writes frequently about litigation and regulatory developments in the financial services industry and securities law generally, and is always happy to speak with anyone interested in the regulation of advisors, brokers, investment companies or securities.
B.S. Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
J.D., cum laude, Boston College Law School
US Court of Appeals, 1st Circuit
US District Court, District of Massachusetts