Meyer Wilson

Recovering Losses Caused By Investment Misconduct

A significant trend in recent years has been stock brokers leaving brokerage firms and becoming what are known as registered investment advisers. Attorney David Meyer explains.
The Broker's Duty to the Investor
How Brokers Get Paid
Brokers Need Your Authorization
Duty of Broker to Recommend Appropriate Investments
Writing Checks Directly to Brokers
Check Brokers' Licenses Before You Hire Them
Investment Advisor Credentials
Brokerage Firms Owe Investors a Fiduciary Duty
Brokerage Firms Have a Duty to Supervise Their Brokers

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