Broker-Dealer Employment Litigation Attorneys

It is common for brokers and others in the financial services industry to have disputes with their employers. These disputes can cause lasting damage to a broker’s professional reputation. If you are embroiled in a dispute with your employer, it is important to hire a lawyer who understands the unique nature of these conflicts.

Melanie S. Cherdack directs a team of lawyers who maintain a nationwide financial services employment disputes practice. Based in Miami, our attorneys work with local counsel as necessary to serve clients across the United States. Our law firm is prepared to represent brokers in a broad range of employment disputes, including:

  • Wrongful Termination

    Our law firm represents brokers and other professionals in the financial services industry who have been wrongfully terminated from their position. We are prepared to work diligently to investigate your claims and make a strong case on your behalf.

  • U-5 Expungement

    A negative statement from a former employer on a Form U-5 Termination Notice can make it difficult, if not impossible, for a person to get a job in the financial services industry. If defamatory or untrue statements have been made on your Form U-5, our law firm is ready to assist you.

  • Broker Dealer Promissory Note and Employment Separation Attorneys

    If you are in the process of a termination or separation from your employment with a brokerage firm, it is important to know your rights. Our attorneys can assist you in negotiating your departure and ensuring that your U-5 Termination Notice is accurate and non-defamatory.

FINRA arbitration is the forum for most employment disputes within the financial services industry. It is vital that your lawyer has a complete understanding of the various procedures involved in FINRA industry arbitration. Attorney Melanie S. Cherdack, in addition to representing numerous clients in arbitration, is also a FINRA arbitrator. As a former in-house attorney to a major brokerage firm, she has significant experience in broker-dealer employment disputes.

Contact Melanie S. Cherdack

If you work in the financial services industry and have a dispute with your employer or have been wrongfully terminated from your position, contact our law firm. Call 305-290-1096, toll free at 800-806-1614 or complete ourcontact form to schedule an initial consultation.