Upcoming FPA of the Suncoast Event: Salvaging a Bad Day

Posted on March 6th, 2016 at 8:28 PM
Upcoming FPA of the Suncoast Event: Salvaging a Bad Day

Protecting your reputation, licenses and marks is the topic for the upcoming FPA of the Suncoast Event called Salvaging a Bad Day that will take place at the Sarasota Yacht Club on Friday, March 11, 2016. This event will provide you with what you need to know about the regulatory process affecting your reputation, licenses and CFP mark. 

Attorneys Kim Chavers and Jim Eccleston of Eccleston Law LLC will discuss BrokerCheck (CRD) remedies available to advisors to clear their name, the Florida regulatory process, the FINRA Enforcement disciplinary process, and CFP Board disciplinary process.  

If time permits, they will also discuss promissory note (forgivable loan) collection defense and counterclaims, as well as defense of customer claims filed in FINRA arbitration.

Visit the FPA of the Suncoast website for information about tickets and reservations.

Related Attorneys: James J. Eccleston

Tags: Eccleston, Eccleston Law, Eccleston Law LLC, James Eccleston, Florida, FPA of the Suncoast, Kimberly Chavers

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