Guide To Securities Arbitration
When you finish reviewing the sites of “consultants” who want to help you sue your broker, visit the real securities law site – The Securities Law Home Page. Written, maintained, and supervised by a Wall Street securities attorney, you will get straight information on the law of the markets, and learn more information in one visit to the site than you will ever receive from an “arbitration consultant”.
Securities arbitration is a dispute resolution process that is like no other, with its own rules and procedures, and which requires your lawyer to know the securities laws, rules, and regulations applicable to customer accounts like the back of his hand.
Not all attorneys can handle these cases, most refer them to securities arbitration attorneys, such as Mark J. Astarita, who has represented parties in over 600 arbitrations in over 24 states.
Mark Astarita is a nationally recognized securities attorney, who represents investors, financial professionals and firms in securities litigation, arbitration and regulatory matters, including SEC and FINRA investigations and enforcement proceedings.
He is a partner in the national securities law firm Sallah Astarita & Cox, LLC, and the founder of The Securities Law Home Page - SECLaw.com, which was one of the first legal topic sites on the Internet. It went online in 1995 and is updated daily with news, commentary and securities law related links.