Category: Stockbroker Misrepresentation

Did You Overpay for Mortgage Bonds?

The SEC has charged Merrill Lynch with misleading customers on mortgage bond prices and overcharging for trades to increase profits. For help with investment fraud, contact Meyer Wilson today for a free consultation with one of our investment fraud lawyers.

Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Inc. Fined $42 Million for Misleading Customers

If you lost money because of your financial adviser’s actions, you may be able to file a lawsuit to secure the compensation you deserve. At Meyer Wilson, our investment fraud lawyers have nearly two decades of experienced handling these types of cases, and will put that knowledge to use fighting for your rights in court or at the negotiation table.

Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Inc. to Pay $15.7 Million in Penalties and to Clients

If you were the victim of stockbroker misconduct, you may be able to take your case to court to secure the compensation you deserve.

Wall Street May Be Chaotic, but That Doesn’t Mean Your Investments Should Be Too

If you lost money because you were pressured to invest in a risky option, you may be able to pursue a claim to recover losses. At Meyer Wilson, our investment fraud attorneys have spent their careers working with victims of fraud across the United States, and through our efforts have secured more than $350 million for our clients.

Meyer Wilson Investigating Stockbroker Misrepresentation Claims Against Broker Andrew Constantinides

Meyer Wilson’s securities fraud attorneys are investigating stockbroker misrepresentation claims against broker Andrew Constantinides (CRD# 5596143). The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority’s (FINRA) BrokerCheck report states that Andrew Constantinides (CRD# 5596143) was named in a pending customer dispute filed Dec. 23, 2016 alleging stockbroker misrepresentation. The report states that the client alleges that Andrew Constantinides “made… read more