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Eccleston Law: Welcome to our Chicago Securities Law Firm
Jim Eccleston is Lead Attorney for Eccleston Law, a nationwide securities and financial law firm with offices in Chicago, New York City and Sarasota, Florida. Jim, along with Christine Goodrich & Stephany McLaughlin, are here to tell us about their nationwide law firm, and why Eccleston Law is the absolute best choice for any securities litigation, corporate law, finance law, labor law, civil and commercial litigation issues that you face. Have you been ripped off by your broker? Did a financial adviser make a bad investment on your behalf? If so, watch this video, meet Jim Eccleston, and call our Chicago offices today at 312-332-0000.

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June 30, 2022
FINRA Fines United Planners Over GPB Private Placement Sales

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) has fined United Planners’ Financial Services of America over negligent sales of private placements issued by GPB Capital Holdings.

June 29, 2022
J.P. Morgan Advisors Ordered To Pay Former Partner $620,000

A Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) arbitration panel has ordered a J.P. Morgan team to pay their former partner at least $620,000 over the dissolution of a partnership.

June 28, 2022
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The market for sustainability-linked loans is still severely prone to “greenwashing”, or investing more time and effort into marketing itself as environmentally friendly rather than actually minimizing its environmental impact, according to one of J.P. Morgan’s managers who often helps to sort through debt that is pitched to the company.