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Did You Suffer Serious Investor Losses in JPMorgan Chase Auto Callable Contingent Interest Notes Linked to the S&P GSCI® Crude Oil Index Excess Return?

If you suspect that you unsuitably recommended and sold JPMorgan Chase Auto Callable Contingent Interest Notes Linked to the S&P GSCI® Crude Oil Index Excess Return (SPGCCLP) and you sustained serious investment losses, you may be able to file a Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) lawsuit against your broker-dealer if alleged brokerage firm negligence or fraud was involved. This particular structured product is a complex, illiquid investment and too risky for most retail customers, including conservative retirees and inexperienced investors. It may even be unsuitable for some high-net-worth investors, depending on their financial goals, risk tolerance level, age, and investment portfolio.

Seasoned GWG L Bond Investor Loss Attorneys

Filing Your Own Individual FINRA Lawsuit Maximizes Your Chances for Full Financial Recovery

Shepherd Smith Edwards and Kantas ( is representing investors who have suffered serious losses in GWG L Bonds against their broker-dealers. Unfortunately, a slew of regional brokerage firms appear to have unsuitably sold these life settlement-backed bonds to customers, including many retail investors and retirees, in what is now being called an alleged “classic” Ponzi scam. Visit GWG Holdings, Inc. for more information.

The American Association for Justice (formerly the American Trial Lawyers Association) has called for a disciplinary investigation of District of Columbia Administrative Law Judge Roy Pearson Jr., who brought a $65 million lawsuit against a family-owned dry cleaning business for losing his pants.

The Association’s members are U. S. lawyers who file lawsuits on behalf of clients. Its President, Lewis S. “Mike” Eidson, stated: “Our court system has no place for those who abuse the instruments of justice for personal gain or the intimidation of others.”

In addition to the call for investigation, Eidson added: “As attorneys who are committed to helping Americans receive justice throughout courts, we are outraged by the very idea of a $65 million claim over a pair of pants. It is not only ridiculous – it is offensive to our values.”

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