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Morgan Stanley ordered to pay $2.4M arbitration award over former broker’s trades July 29, 2015 Steven Mark Wyatt was let go from the firm in 2012, but his actions continue to be the subject of cases against the top wirehouse A Finra arbitration panel has ordered Morgan Stanley to pay at least $2.
Morgan Stanley Told to Pay More Than $2.3 Million in Arbitration Case July 29, 2015 Firm accused of unauthorized trading and other misdeeds by brokers in Jackson, Miss.-area branch The six investors had accused the firm and the branch manager, Fred Brister, of failing to supervise brokers Steven Wyatt and Hilary Joseph Zimmerman, who the investors alleged had mismanaged custom ...
Any type of collision between a small passenger vehicle and a large commercial tractor-trailer can cause devastating damage and injuries. One of the most dangerous types of truck collisions, however, is the override crash. An override crash refers to any collision in which a truck runs over anything in its path, including other vehicles.
Lawyer Richard Johnson, Contributor. In our most recent blog post we offered an overview of British Columbia’s human rights regime, and how an employee’s childcare responsibilities fit with that framework. This week, we revisit the topic of an employee’s human rights protections, this time in the context of pregnancy leave.
On July 7, 2015, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court adopted new Rules of Criminal Procedure, and revised and renumbered other Rules, to provide for instructions to prospective and selected jurors concerning the use of personal electronic devices during their service. Jurors are prohibited from using such devices for communication or to conduct independent research on a case.
Arb Bar Frets FINRA Comms Rule Reforms July 29, 2015 The Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association is concerned about planned changes to rules governing broker/dealers’ communications with the public, arguing that the reforms would undermine regulatory oversight and could harm investors. The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority has asked for feedback on the changes f ...
Any unexpected circumstance can be a hazard while driving, including changing road conditions caused by construction zones. Every year, tens of thousands of car accidents happen in road work zones. Most only end in property damage, but others have much more serious consequences. An accident in a construction zone can pose serious risks to both drivers and road workers.
A large number of pedestrian accidents occur in crosswalks and are often the fault of the driver of the car. Car-pedestrian accidents are a common occurrence across the United States. Unfortunately, many of these accidents occur due to the fault of the driver, who either did not look out for any pedestrians or simply failed to yield the right of way to a pedestrian.
Who Can I Sue If My Brakes Fail? by Anthony Bruning | Jul 29, 2015 | Auto Accident | Though there are many contributing factors to car accidents, vehicular malfunctions and failures account for a significant portion of auto accidents. A specific malfunction concern that contributes to a large portion of accidents is brake failure.
Cabot Investment Properties Under Investigation Posted on Wednesday, July 29, 2015 at 9:01 AM From the Desk of Jim Eccleston at Eccleston Law LLC: Timothy J. Kroll and business partner Carlton P. Cabot were arrested for allegedly defrauding investors in various Cabot Investment Properties LLC-sponsored real estate investments.
Hotter temperatures are finally coming around in Indianapolis and central Indiana. With temperatures rising, parents should be reminded of the danger of leaving children unattended in a vehicle. According to Janette Fennell, president and founder of KidsandCars.org, there have been eight heatstroke-related deaths in the U.S. so far this year from children left alone in hot cars.
Vaccines containing tetanus are typically given at a young age to protect against tetanus. Brachial neuritis is a condition that one could experience after receiving this vaccine. Brachial neuritis is a term used to describe an inflammation of the shoulder area that causes sudden-onset shoulder and arm pain, followed by weakness and/or numbness.
Unlike vaccines for tetanus and measles, the HPV vaccine is controversial. You should study the research yourself before deciding whether to have you or your child given one. This vaccine is controversial not only because The Department of Health and Human Services’ National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program has recorded 88 injury a ...
By: Robert J. Nahoum THE PROBLEM: You’ve been getting endless debt collection calls from a debt collection agency trying to collect a government resulting from a speeding ticket, a housing code violation, a criminal fine or even an overdue library book penalty. The debt collector has been harassing you with incessant calls, false threats and misleading information.
Our client, a medical professional, worked at a hospital where he was granted certain rights to practice, known as “privileges”. After a period of time, the hospital unilaterally changed those privileges without our client’s consent. Our client is challenging the hospital’s actions by having us file an appeal with the Hospital Appeal Board. Before considering ...
Have you been injured in a golf cart accident? Call Rasansky Law Firm at 1-877-405-4313 for a free consultation. Injuries involving golf carts are on the increase in Texas, but only about half of those injuries occur on the golf course. Recent reports show a high rate of injury accidents involving golf carts in the State of Texas.
The next generation is ours to protect. We must take every step we can to make the world a safe and accessible place for young people as they grow and develop. Because of their rough and tumble lifestyle, many children suffer preventable injuries while participating in sports or recreation activities.
SEC Announces Cherry-Picking Charges Against Mark Welhouse Posted on Tuesday, July 28, 2015 at 11:55 AM From the Desk of Jim Eccleston at Eccleston Law LLC: The SEC announced charges against Mark P. Welhouse. Welhouse is accused of “cherry-picking,” allocating appreciated in value options trades to personal accounts, while allocating depreciated in value trades to clients.