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Eccleston Law: James Eccleston on Broker Recruiting Protocol
James Eccleston is Lead Attorney for Eccleston Law, a nationwide securities and financial law firm with offices in Chicago, New York City and Sarasota, Florida.

In this video, Jim discusses the Broker Protocol and how Eccleston Law LLC can help Reps nationwide make the transition from firm to firm.

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