James Eccleston Shares His Thoughts OnWallStreet

Posted on December 22nd, 2016 at 9:42 AM
James Eccleston Shares His Thoughts OnWallStreet

Recently, James Eccleston shared his thoughts on the battle some advisers face when choosing to represent themselves against experienced corporate attorney's. It's "the equivalent of Michael Jordan having a one-on-one with a third grader," says James Eccleston.  Explaining that advisers can oftentimes find themselves in unfair situations, potentially losing out on large sums of money. 

"Most [promissory note] agreements will contain a clause to repay the firm that portion of the unpaid promissory note balance upon any kind of termination, whether that termination is for cause or not for cause or even wrongful," James Eccleston said. Within the article, Eccleston also discusses his thoughts on arbitration and the firms view on contracts with advisers.

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