If you have been a victim of investment fraud or stockbroker misconduct that resulted in significant financial losses, you will likely be required to bring your claim in a securities arbitration. Most customer and consumer securities arbitration cases are brought in a Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) arbitration.
In arbitration, you will likely be facing powerful legal opponents hired by the broker or brokerage firm you are suing. You will need an attorney experienced in securities arbitration, industry rules, and in-depth knowledge of the securities industry.
At Levin Law, our Michigan securities arbitration lawyers are experienced and have a strong record of recovering financial losses for our investor clients domestically and throughout the world. Our attorneys have devoted their careers in the complex field of securities arbitration and litigation, which gives us deep insight into handling arbitration claims.
Most brokerage firms include a mandatory arbitration clause in the documents signed by new investors. In arbitration, your case will be heard by an arbitrator or a panel of arbitrators acting as neutral parties. After hearing testimony from both sides, they will render a decision that will be binding.
Many cases, however, resolve before the final arbitration trial through mediation. In mediation, an impartial party trained in appropriate techniques negotiates a mutually acceptable resolution.
Types of Claims Brought Against Financial Institutions in Securities Arbitration Cases include:
Levin Law is well-versed and experienced in the FINRA mediation and arbitration processes. We have a track record of providing effective legal representation in these matters for investors nationwide, and all over the world.
We will work diligently to handle your claim aggressively and effectively and provide the confidentiality you need. Let us use our extensive securities fraud claims experience and skills to help you today.