Eccleston Law: Eccleston Quoted in Wall Street Journal

Posted on March 1st, 2011 at 9:00 AM

Eccleston Law president and chief attorney James J. Eccleston commented in a Dow Jones Newswires column in today's online Wall Street Journal.  The article, The Way Brokers Can Cut The Ties That Bind, discusses signing bonuses secured by promissory notes and the claims filed over unreturned bonuses:

When disputes can't get settled, they wind up in a dispute-resolution forum set up by Finra. Brokers who go before Finra arbitrators can try to make the case that the conditions of their job changed dramatically, or they were discriminated against, said James Eccleston, a securities and financial-services lawyer at Eccleston Law Offices, P.C., in Chicago. The brokers can also file counter-claims.

Read the article:

The Ways Brokers Can Cut The Ties That Bind 

Related Attorneys: James J. Eccleston


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