Attorney James Eccleston and Attorney Christine Goodrich Selected to Update Broker-Dealer Law Developments for Practical Compliance and Risk Management Journal

Posted on October 10th, 2013 at 9:57 AM

Jim Eccleston and Christine Goodrich have been selected to write the annual update on broker-dealer law for the bi-monthly journal, “Practical Compliance and Risk Management.” This publication features articles and advice written by some of the top names in the field.

Eccleston and Goodrich’s first article was titled “An Analysis of the Potential Impact of a Uniform Fiduciary Standard Upon Broker-Dealers, Registered Investment Advisers, and Dually-Registered Advisers,“ and was published in the May 2013 Journal.  Jim Eccleston also wrote a piece entitled, “Unintended Consequences, The Protocol That Binds”, which appeared in the March-April  2009 issue of Practical Compliance and Risk Management, and which discussed the Protocol for Broker Recruiting.

Practical Compliance and Risk Management is published by Wolters Kluwer Financial Services.

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