San Francisco Attorney Representing Investors In Securities Arbitration
Brokerage firms, stockbrokers, and investment advisors hold positions of immense trust and responsibility. Unfortunately, and often for the sake of personal profit, they sometimes fail to live up to the ethical and professional standards required of them.
Investors invariably suffer as a result.
Helping Bring Blue Skies Back To Victims Of Securities Misconduct In California And Throughout The Nation Since 1991
- Unsuitable investments
- Variable annuities
- Retirement account issues
- 72t distribution plans
- Securities fraud and misrepresentation
- Account churning
- Stocks and options
- Class B mutual funds
- SEC violations
- Selling away, where the broker sells investments to you without his firm’s knowledge
- Breach of fiduciary duty
In general, most securities-related disputes are settled through mediation or direct negotiation before reaching arbitration, but because arbitration is binding, it is a tremendous asset to have an attorney representing you with an insider’s knowledge of the industry and a proven track record of arbitration hearing results.
Jeffrey Feldman has practiced almost exclusively in this area of the law since 1991. During this time, he has represented hundreds of clients in mediation, arbitration, and litigation and has helped to return millions of dollars to the victims of stockbroker and financial advisor misconduct.* In 2004, he obtained the second-largest consumer National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD, now FINRA) award in the nation on behalf of clients in Dallas, Texas. This award was for almost $6.4 million.
Contact The Law Offices Of Jeffrey A. Feldman Today
If you have concerns about the suitability of your investments or financial advisor misconduct, complete an online contact form for a free consultation and to learn more about how Mr. Feldman can assist you.
Handling Securities-Related Disputes, Arbitration, and Litigation
in California and Nationwide—Call (415) 391-5555
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*This does not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction of the outcome of your legal matter.