• Excessive Trading?

    Also known as “churning,” excessive trading is done to generate commissions for the broker, often selling the stocks that rise in order to show a small profit while keeping the “losers.” The broker may try to justify these trades based on the quick profit. We can help you to determine excessive trading practices…

    Excessive Trading?
  • Unsuitable Transactions?

    Securities laws make it a requirement for Brokers to understand your objectives, investment time frame, financial status, experience, and risk tolerance before making any recommendations. This is known as the “suitability rule.” Brokers can be liable for failing to understand your financial situation…

    Unsuitable Transactions?
  • Unauthorized Trading?

    Securities laws make it clear that a broker must have written permission to buy or sell investments without your verbal consent. Without proper consent, such a trade is “unauthorized.” Even if authorization is given, a broker must place account trades within a limited time frame or seek new authorization…

    Unauthorized Trading?
  • Overconcentration?

    Having all of your investments in any individual investment or type of investment can significantly increase your financial risk. If your broker failed to diversify your portfolio, resulting in a decline in it’s value, you may be entitled to recovery…

  • Misappropriation of Assets?

    It’s nothing new for brokers to knowingly steal investment assets, covering their tracks with false statements and other illegal acts. If you think that your broker has taken your assets, it’s important to call us immediately…

    Misappropriation of Assets?
  • We Can Help

    Breach of Fiduciary Duty? Failure to properly monitor your account? Whatever form of fraud or neglect has taken place, depleting your retirement or investment fund, we offer experienced and knowledgeable representation to help you recover.

    We Can Help

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