Eccleston Law: Eccleston Law pleased to announce the addition of attorney Stephany McLaughlin

Posted on April 16th, 2012 at 9:00 AM

Eccleston Law Offices is pleased to announce the addition of attorney Stephany McLaughlin.

After earning a degree in Finance from Loyola University Chicago, Ms. McLaughlin worked in various capacities within the financial services industry at firms including RBC Wealth Management (f/k/a RBC Dain Rauscher), and Driehaus Capital Management, while attending Chicago-Kent College of Law.

Upon earning her law degree, Ms. McLaughlin joined the law firm of Shaheen, Novoselsky, Staat, Filipowski and Eccleston, P.C. in Chicago, IL where she successfully represented individual and institutional investors in arbitration proceedings, securing significant recuperation of their investment losses. She also represented financial advisors in arbitration, regulatory and employment matters. Ms. McLaughlin went on to join the law offices of Kane & Fischer, Ltd. where she also successfully represented top-tier financial services firms in employment, regulatory and related civil matters.   

Coming full circle, Ms. McLaughlin has rejoined Mr. Eccleston at Eccleston Law, P.C. bringing with her a breadth of industry knowledge as well as unique insight into the practices of the financial services firms. Like the other attorneys at Eccleston Law, Ms. McLaughlin is passionate about her work and vigorously represents each client.

Ms. McLaughlin is a member of the Chicago Bar Association. While not practicing law, Ms. McLaughlin enjoys playing baseball with her eight-year-old son, jogging and volunteering for the non-profit organization FORCE (a national, non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and educating those affected by hereditary breast and ovarian cancer).

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Jim, Stephany and the whole team were a God send.  We felt like we were put into a situation where we had no advocate. Jim’s team came in with a strong, well laid out strategy on how to get our story heard. Where our outside compliance company had no ability to help, our Broker Dealer was impenitent, and the regulators were aggressive pursuing vague rules, Jim came like a barricade against an assault we did not understand. Though you pay member dues to be affiliated with FINRA and a B/D, you have no voice. The only thing that is truly heard in this un-level playing field is a bulldog’s bark like Jim’s. I would encourage anyone to call Jim and his team to find a real ally in the tough and complicated world of securities regulation. They are truly the best.

Greg P.

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