South Florida and Nationwide Former Wall Street Attorneys Serving Investors Across the Americas, Puerto Rico and the Caribbean
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, or FINRA, regulates the securities industry. FINRA is a regulatory organization that oversees brokerage firms and brokers. FINRA is not a government agency, but rather a private regulatory agency. When investors have disputes with brokers, these disputes are generally not heard in court but are heard in arbitration. If investors have allegations of broker fraud or other misconduct, they can make these allegations to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). In order to directly recover monetary damages, however, investors must bring a case before a FINRA arbitration panel. FINRA arbitration offers some advantages over litigation. It is generally less time consuming than litigation, involves no depositions and is less expensive than court action. Grounds for appeal are very narrow. It is also private so pleadings and discovery are not in the public domain. In order to maximize any recovery, it is important to enlist the services of lawyers who can make a persuasive presentation of your position in arbitration. As Former Wall Street attorneys, who have represented investors for over 20 years, we have successfully handled hundreds of cases.
Attorney Melanie S. Cherdack knows how the business of securities arbitration works. She is the former in-house counsel to a major brokerage firm. She and her team of nationwide FINRA arbitration attorneys represent investors in the United States and internationally who have lost money due to investment fraud, stockbroker negligence, or other issues.
Offering Substantive, Comprehensive Experience in Securities Arbitration
If you are seeking experienced counsel who has handled hundreds of claims involving brokerage clients who have been taken advantage of by unscrupulous or incompetent brokers, we are your firm. Melanie S. Cherdack, in addition to representing investor clients in arbitration, is also an experienced FINRA arbitrator and has sat on many FINRA arbitration panels determining claims between brokerage firms and their clients. She has also authored numerous articles and lectured on the topic of securities arbitration to a number of trade organizations and at securities law seminars for practitioners in the area. As a result, she has a complete understanding of the processes and procedures in FINRA arbitration. We are able to suggest powerful strategies that give our clients every advantage in recovering their losses.
Contact Finra Attorney Melanie S. Cherdack
Our investor fraud law firm also represents brokers in broker/dealer employment claims in FINRA arbitrations in Miami. We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your situation. Call 305-349-2336, toll-free at 1-844-635-1609 or complete our contact form to get started.