Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) is a niche area of law. This includes, investor arbitration claims, defending brokers against regulatory inquiries, and representing individual brokers. The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority is the largest independent regulator for all securities firms doing business in the United States. FINRA’s mission is to protect investors by making sure the securities industry operates fairly and honestly.
When considering FINRA Arbitration, you must keep in mind the unique procedures for both investment disputes and employment disputes. In the vast majority of brokerage firm agreements, investors must agree to arbitrate any disputes in FINRA arbitration. Further, the majority of arbitration claims involving investors are filed with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.
If you believe you have a right to recover funds, you must act promptly or you may lose your right
Generally, investors are allowed six years to file a claim, however, time restrictions, called “statutes of limitations,” may be shorter than six years. To determine whether any statute of limitations may apply to your case, you should always contact an experienced securities attorney.
Our law firm based in Detroit, Michigan has been successfully fighting securities cases for over 20 years. We offer free case evaluations and in most circumstances will take on your case on contingency. If you are seeking the advice of a FINRA attorney, contact us today and lets begin the recovery process!