Securities Attorneys for Breach of Fiduciary Duty

In the financial industry, investment advisors who provide securities investment advice are required to place the clients' interests before their own. The securities attorneys at Eccleston Law represent investors for a variety of matters involving the breach of fiduciary duty in New York, Chicago, Florida, and other states nationwide.

Claims almost always require mandatory securities arbitration before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). It's important to work with securities attorneys who have experience in providing representation for breach of fiduciary duty matters in the financial industry.

At Eccleston Law, our securities attorneys also practice a variety of other areas of securities for investors including retirement planning negligence, unauthorized trading, securities fraud, and much more. If you're an investor in need of a securities attorney for broker negligence, contact Eccleston Law to schedule a personal telephone conference today.

 

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I am grateful to have found an outstanding law firm that specializes in securities matters. My lawyers were extremely knowledgeable, diligent, and are skilled litigators. No stone was left upturned. As a result of their experience and tenacity, the arbitration proceeding was dismissed in my favor.

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