For many investors seeking to recover their lost assets from a Wall Street financial firm, the process can be daunting and confusing. This is why it is so important that you work with a stockbroker fraud law firm that can take you through process, knows how to successfully navigate the legal system, will protect your rights, and is committed to helping you recoup your losses. That said, any understanding you can acquire about the financial recovery process could only help your case, while also alleviating some of your concerns. The “Investor’s Guide to Loss Recovery” by Louis Straney is a reliable resource containing knowledgeable advice and guidance about the arbitration system, how it operates, and how to make it work in your favor.
The book offers detailed coverage and practical information about:
• Key litigation resources and strategies • How to file an effective claim, as well as the outcomes you can expect • Scripts of initial lawyer interviews, mediation, and arbitration • How to organize the massive amount of documents that will be exchanged between parties • Interviews with securities attorneys, investors, and experts • An explanation of how new regulatory reforms are impacting the financial recovery process, as well as the options that are available to victims of financial fraud
• Charts demonstrating the major areas of litigation • Empirical evidence about the growing awareness of investment misconduct
With over 30 years of experience working on Wall Street as a senior manager and director, Straney is an expert guide. He launched his own securities litigation consulting practice in 2007. In addition to having consulted or testified in over 200 engagements, Straney is the author of “Securities Fraud: Detection, Prevention and Control” and other works. He also is a published contributor whose writing has appeared in a number of publications, including the New York Times and the Public Investor Arbitration Bar Association Law Journal.
Shepherd Smith Edwards & Kantas LTD LLP Founder and Securities Fraud Attorney William Shepherd has this to say about Straney: “I have worked with Lou Straney for many years on cases representing clients who have lost money because of securities fraud and other wronging by those who sold the securities. I have also appeared with him in speaking engagements regarding securities fraud. Although we only met about five years ago, each of us had worked for decades for large Wall Street securities firms. Lou and I have discussed for many hours the steady erosion of character and standards in that industry. In his book, Lou covers this and other subjects. As a non-lawyer, his comprehension of legal issues is surprising. But, as a non-youth, Lou’s incredible level of energy is what amazes me the most.”
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