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Securities Arbitration

 

Litigating securities disputes is a highly specialized area of the law. The forum is different. The procedural and evidentiary rules are different. The law is different. You need counsel who know their way around.

For investors who've been victims of misrepresentation, fraud, or negligence by a broker or investment advisor, our goal is to restore your financial position and get your portfolio back on track.  Disputes arising over securities transactions are often governed by arbitration agreements.  FINRA arbitration (formerly run by the NASD and NYSE) covers many different types of instruments and investments. These include variable annuities, mutual funds, stocks, stock options, equities, bonds, junk bonds, use of mortgages as collateral, margin accounts, and many more.  For more information on FINRA arbitration, see "The FINRA Arbitration Process" page.

We also represent securities industry members in employment, deferred compensation, raiding disputes, and defense of customer claims.


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