In selecting an Attorney to represent you in Investment Loss Litigation you should
look for not just an Attorney but one with a financial background and experience
in investment loss litigation.
Attorney John Washburn offers both a financial background and experience
in investment loss litigation having worked for an investment loss litigation firm
and as a brokerage house counsel. Attorney Washburn has represented clients
in Security, Commodity, and other Investment loss law suits in Federal Courts, State Courts, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Arbitrations, National Futures Association (NFA) Arbitrations, and Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Reparations.
All too often many individuals tend to blame themselves for their investment losses
when in fact they were misled by their brokers or financial advisors. We would welcome the opportunity to discuss your case with you.
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The recovery of investment losses through litigation is often a complex and difficult undertaking. Many times, individual investors cannot usually proceed through normal litigation in Federal or State Courts but are usually required to initiate an Arbitration proceeding before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) or another Arbitration body. These type of proceedings have a system of rules and procedures all their own. In addition, successful prosecutions of securities arbitrations also require an understanding of not only Federal and State securities laws but a working knowledge of exchange rules and financial concepts.
In cases which can be brought in a Federal or State Court there are higher requirements of pleading and proof than in most law suits.