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Tag Archives: PIABA

PIABA Lawyers Convince Congress Of The Importance Of Them Collecting Their Attorneys’ Fees

Posted in Arbitration, FINRA, PIABA
I have written before of the ferocious effort by PIABA lawyers to fight for their ability to collect attorneys’ fees on contingency matters – FINRA arbitrations – that they manage to win but which never get satisfied because the respondent broker-dealer has the temerity to go out of business rather than paying the award. PIABA… Continue Reading

Expungement: Already An “Extraordinary Measure,” FINRA Now Seeks To Make It Even Less Accessible

Posted in Arbitration, Expungement, FINRA
Expungement is a funny thing, and here’s why: for years, claimants’ counsel have complained loudly to FINRA that expungement was being granted too frequently, that legitimate customer complaints were disappearing from CRD, resulting in an unfair, sanitized representation of brokers’ records that put unsuspecting customers at risk.  As Andrew Stoltmann, PIABA’s president, put it so… Continue Reading
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