Securities attorneys for Regulatory Matters

 The securities attorneys at Eccleston Law can defend financial advisors against inquiries, investigations, and disciplinary actions initiated by FINRA, SEC, state securities and insurance regulators, and other professional organizations such as the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) Board of Standards. Our team of securities attorneys at Eccleston Law have experience representing financial advisors before regulatory bodies such as the FINRA, SEC, and state securities regulators in New York, Chicago, Florida, and several other states nationwide. 

Regulatory Legal Defense Services

The securities attorneys at Eccleston Law offer regulatory legal defense services including:

Represent investment advisers during SEC and state regulatory examinations and assist in drafting responses to the SEC challenging alleged examination deficiencies.
Defend against CFP Board inquiries and disciplinary actions.
Assist in drafting responses to the SEC challenging alleged examination deficiencies.
Provide FINRA license suspension hearing defense and post-arbitration award proceedings and appeals.
Provide an annual review (audit) of policies and procedures.

The securities attorneys at Eccleston Law also practice a variety of other areas of securities for financial advisors including breakaway broker services, employment matters, strategic consulting and counseling, broker litigation and arbitration, whistleblower actions, and much more. If you need a securities attorney for SEC & FINRA legal matters, contact Eccleston Law to schedule a telephone conference.

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You were most helpful with my FINRA deposition. You are a good lawyer and a good person.

Dan B.

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The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority’s (FINRA) attempt to update its rules on advisors’ outside business activities has stalled, according to Robert Colby, FINRA's chief legal officer.

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Thank You from the bottom of our hearts for all you have done for us. When we realized this was a very bad investment - we did not know where to turn for help. Then we received your name. When we called you - you were so kind to us and then agreed to help us. For this we are so very grateful. The world would be a much nicer place if there were more people like the two of you in it. We will always remember all the help and kindness you have shown us. Thank you so very very much for everything.

Wayne and Judy S.

LATEST NEWS AND ARTICLES

June 14, 2024
Wells Fargo Fires Employees for Faking Work

Wells Fargo & Co. recently terminated over a dozen employees following an investigation into allegations of fake work activities.

June 13, 2024
FINRA Struggles to Revise Outside Business Rules

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority’s (FINRA) attempt to update its rules on advisors’ outside business activities has stalled, according to Robert Colby, FINRA's chief legal officer.

June 12, 2024
Tax Court Denies Madoff Victims $8.2 Million Deduction

Victims of Bernie Madoff's Ponzi scheme, Christopher and Silvana Pascucci, cannot claim an $8.2 million tax deduction for their investment in life insurance premiums.