Aidikoff, Uhl & Bakhtiari is an “AV” rated law firm with a worldwide practice representing individuals and institutions in disputes with Wall Street and the financial services industry. Attorneys for the firm regularly appear before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) which was created in 2007 through the consolidation of the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD) and New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) enforcement and arbitration divisions, as well as in numerous state and federal courts to resolve financial disputes between customers, employees, banks, brokerage firms, insurance companies and other members of the financial services industry.
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- Aidikoff, Uhl & Bakhtiari Announces Filing of FINRA Arbitration on Behalf of Former Customers of LPL Financial Broker Karl Romero
- Aidikoff, Uhl & Bakhtiari announces the filing of a FINRA arbitration and its continuing investigation of the sales practices of Karl Romero (Nasdaq:LPLA) for his management of client accounts and the overconcentration of energy and/or real estate related stocks including: Gastar Exploration Arbor Realty Resource Capital Corp. We are currently ...
- Ami Forte Presses for Back-Pay from Morgan Stanley, the Company She Loved
- Reasonable advisors can differ over whether Morgan Stanley’s recent dismissal of Amy Forte was fair comeuppance for her dalliance with a billionaire client whose account she allegedly churned. Her latest crusade may draw more unanimous support from the community. The southern Florida ex-broker has gone public with an arbitration claim she’s pressing ...
- Why Plaintiffs Firms Will Love DOL’s New Fiduciary Rules
- The U.S. Department of Labor’s fiduciary rules give more power to retirement savers, experts said, providing investors and their attorneys an important new tool to bring claims when they suspect their broker-dealer doesn’t have their best interests at heart. “As night follows the day, there will be more litigation,” Skadden Arps Slate Meagher ...
- Asset Allocation
- Asset allocation involves dividing an investment portfolio among different asset categories, such as stocks, bonds, and cash. The recent market volatility has exposed imprudent allocations in accounts that have resulted in significant losses to many investors. When asked about why account values have dropped, brokers often respond by blaming it on the market instead of recognizing that inappropriate allocations are actually to blame.
- Oil and Gas Investment Schemes
- Oil and gas investment scams are alive and well. High oil prices have created a heightened interest in investments in energy-related business ventures. Most oil and gas investment opportunities, while involving varying degrees of risks to the investor, are legitimate in their marketing and responsible in their operations. However, as in many other investment opportunities, it is not unusual for unscrupulous promoters to attempt to take advantage of investors by engaging in fraudulent practices.
- Master Limited Partnerships
- Master limited partnerships, or MLPs, have become big business and more prevalent in investor portfolios over the past couple of years. They provide investor exposure to the growing oil and gas infrastructure of America, and they come with attractive distributions for investors seeking dividend income and capital flows.