Employment Attorneys at Eccleston Law

 Financial advisors frequently face employment issues and concerns. Employment matters can impact compensation, future opportunities, and overall professional reputation in the financial industry. The employment attorneys at Eccleston Law represent financial advisors for a variety of different employment matters nationwide with offices nationwide.

 

Employment with Financial Advisors

The employment attorneys at Eccleston Law represent financial advisors for matters including but not limited to:

Form U-5 Defamation
Employment Termination
Promissory Note Collection Defense
Employment Disputes

It's important to work with securities lawyers who have experience in providing representation for employment matters in the financial industry. At Eccleston Law, our securities lawyers also practice a variety of other areas of securities for financial advisors including breakaway broker services, strategic consulting and counseling, broker litigation and arbitration, regulatory matters, whistleblower actions, and much more. If you are a financial advisor and need a securities lawyer for employment matters, contact Eccleston Law to schedule a telephone conference today.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  

PROPRIETARY PRODUCT CONCERNS

 

 

 

TESTIMONIALS

Previous
Next

As a financial advisor with over 20 years of experience, I feel fortunate to call Jim my attorney and friend. He is a fantastic lawyer and trusted advisor. He is skilled in the matters necessary to do the job well. He uses his thoughtful approach and calm demeanor to achieve a positive outcome for the client. If you want to feel confident that nothing will be missed and that you will be represented in a highly professional manner, call Jim Eccleston.

Bill C. and Dan M.

LATEST NEWS AND ARTICLES

January 18, 2022
New York Advisor Receives 17-Year Prison Sentence Over Ponzi Scheme

A New York-based advisor, Perry Santillo, received a 17-year prison sentence for his role in operating a Ponzi scheme that generated at least $115 million from more than 1,000 investors.

January 17, 2022
J.P. Morgan Seeks TRO Over Departing Advisor

J.P. Morgan Chase’s brokerage business has requested that a Louisville, Kentucky, federal court issue a temporary restraining order (TRO) barring one of its former advisors from soliciting its clients.

January 14, 2022
Ohio Advisor Pleads Guilty In $9.3 Million Ponzi Scheme

A former Northeast Ohio-based advisor, Tara Brunst, has pleaded guilty to her role in a $9.3 million Ponzi scheme.

TESTIMONIALS

Previous
Next

Fantastic news!!!!  Your professionalism, support and expertise were greatly appreciated.  You made a difficult situation much more bearable.

Marci M.

LATEST NEWS AND ARTICLES

January 18, 2022
New York Advisor Receives 17-Year Prison Sentence Over Ponzi Scheme

A New York-based advisor, Perry Santillo, received a 17-year prison sentence for his role in operating a Ponzi scheme that generated at least $115 million from more than 1,000 investors.

January 17, 2022
J.P. Morgan Seeks TRO Over Departing Advisor

J.P. Morgan Chase’s brokerage business has requested that a Louisville, Kentucky, federal court issue a temporary restraining order (TRO) barring one of its former advisors from soliciting its clients.

January 14, 2022
Ohio Advisor Pleads Guilty In $9.3 Million Ponzi Scheme

A former Northeast Ohio-based advisor, Tara Brunst, has pleaded guilty to her role in a $9.3 million Ponzi scheme.