Below are answers to a few frequently asked questions with regard to bringing a law suit against your broker and his or her firm, and the services of Shepherd Smith Edwards & Kantas LTD LLP.
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Common questions about stockbroker fraud, stockbroker mediation, arbitration and more.
- How Do I Know If My Broker Acted Negligently?
- What are CRD Numbers and Why are They Important?
- What is Stockbroker Fraud?
- My Broker May Have Misrepresented My Investment, What do I Have to do to Prove It?
Browse common questions about investment fraud.
- What are Some of the Common Signs of Investment Fraud?
- How Can I Recover Investment Losses?
- What are the Types of Investment Fraud?
Browse common questions about securities fraud losses.
- What is the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)?
- What is FINRA?
- What is Fiduciary Duty?
- What is a Hedge Fund?
Browse common questions about the arbitration process.
- How Much Will It Cost to File a Statement of Claim in an Arbitration Proceeding?
- Who Conducts the Arbitration Proceedings?
- Where is the Arbitration Proceeding Held?
- How Does Shepherd, Smith, Edwards & Kantas LTD LLP Set Its Fee?
- Can I Work Out a Legal Issue With the Brokerage Firm Without Involving Attorneys?
- I Live Outside the United States. Do I File in My Country or Where the Brokerage Firm is Located?
- Is It Worth all the Time and Trouble?
- What Happens After Winning an Arbitration Case?
- What is a Predispute Arbitration Clause?
- What Other Costs are Involved?
- What are My Odds of “Winning” a Case?
- How Does Arbitration Work?
- How Do I Sue My Broker Through FINRA Arbitration?
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