Eccleston Law: Attorney James Eccleston Quoted in Investment News article

Posted on March 15th, 2013 at 9:00 AM

Jim Eccleston was quoted in the Investment News article entitled "FINRA proposes wider release of complaints"

Eccleston said [The rule change would make] "publicly available information more consistently available across all of FINRA's publicity channels."

The article is about how FINRA wants the ability to publicize more of the complaints that it files against registered representatives and firms, through its online disciplinary action reporting system and its montly notices of disciplinary actions.

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