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Legal Recourse for Denver, Colorado Investors Who’ve Suffered Contract Violations

If you are an investor whose broker or brokerage firm breached your agreement, causing you financial losses, you may have grounds for filing a Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) arbitration claim for damages. 

At Shepherd Smith Edwards and Kantas (SSEK Law Firm), our Denver breach of contract attorneys represent investors throughout the city and the state in their cases against broker-dealers and their registered representatives.

FINRA Bars Former Registered Representative Following Probe Into Accusations

Bryant Edwin Caveness, an ex-Ameriprise Financial Services stockbroker, has been barred by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) after he stopped cooperating in the self-regulatory organization (SRO)’s probe into his firing by the firm. 

According to his Form U5 termination letter, the broker-dealer let him go last month because he violated company policies involving “personal trade, ethics, and solicitation of exchange-traded products” resulting in stockbroker fraud and misconduct. 

Dually Registered Rep. Faces Multiple FINRA Arbitration Claims by Investors 

Kerri Suzanne Jamison, a Newbridge Securities Corp. and Newbridge Financial Services Group stockbroker, is currently the subject of pending complaints by customers who claim they lost money because of investment recommendations she made. 

Jamison, who has worked under the names Kerri Lasegue and Kerri Romero, is one of several of the firm’s registered representatives to become the subject of stockbroker fraud claims in recent years. According to her BrokerCheck record, Jamison has been named in four customer disputes. One was settled, and three, which were filed this year, are still pending:

Illinois-Based Stockbroker Faces Four Pending Customer Disputes

Carlos Legaspy, a longtime broker and the owner of InSight Securities, is the subject of four pending customer disputes. All disputes are accusing him of fraud and/or negligence, including one claim seeking up to $6M in damages. 

If you are or were a customer of Legaspy’s or InSight Securities and you suffered substantial losses, contact our stockbroker fraud attorneys at Shepherd Smith Edwards and Kantas (SSEK Law Firm) right away so that we can help you explore your legal options. We work with investors throughout the US.

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