Investing in the stock market involves risk. Stocks, bonds, options, mutual funds and exchange-traded funds can lose some or all of their value, if market conditions decline. Even conservative, insured investments, such as certificates of deposit issued by a bank or credit union, come with inflation risk.
However, the loss in value is not always attributable to market conditions. Sometimes, a stockbroker, insurance agent, or investment adviser is responsible for investment losses. In that case, an investor may initiate a securities arbitration to recover the damages incurred if misconduct is involved.
The attorneys at Freiberger Haber LLP provide representation to high net worth individuals and institutional investors, such as hedge funds, funds of funds, pension funds, endowments, non-profits and other institutions, that have incurred losses due to fraud, breaches of fiduciary duty, negligence and other misconduct.
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Industry Employment Disputes
Disputes between brokerage firms, registered representatives, and other investment professionals are a fact of life in the investment community. Firm layoffs and transfers often result in a wide range of employment-related disputes.
Freiberger Haber LLP offers representation of investment professionals and/or their firms in employment-related arbitration proceedings.
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