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I received a call today from Jack Fitzpatrick from Blackbook Securities. Jack told me that he was following up on a conversation we had on September 30 about a particular company. This was a baldfaced lie. He said the company […]
Do you work at Wells Fargo? Do you have an employment agreement and promissory note? Are you (understandably) thinking about changing jobs? Well, then, you may have a problem if Wells Fargo believes you owe money on the note. I […]
In February 2011, FINRA started allowing claimants to choose an all-public panel in securities arbitrations. I thought it was window-dressing. I did not think that the presence or absence of a non-public arbitrator would make a difference. In 2011, FINRA […]
Remember the case I was ranting about? The one where Wells Fargo’s lawyers billed for ridiculous tasks and ridiculous amounts of time. They can be found here and here. Well, the award came out. My client was ordered to pay […]
Dear Ken Abbas – As promised, I am mentioning your name in my blog. Unlike you, I like to tell people the truth. You see, you told me that we spoke in October of last year. We never spoke and […]