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1294410_175861115939282_1971462932_oThis blog was formed to function as an educational resource for all information related to FINRA and the FINRA arbitration process. Most investors aren’taware that any disputes with brokers and brokerage firms are decided in the FINRA arbitration forum.  Because the FINRA arbitration process is classified by FINRA as a confidential process, many observers don’t know what happens at FINRA or in a FINRA arbitration hearing.  As a result, this blog aims to provide a more detailed look into the FINRA arbitration process and the management of FINRA by its senior directors.  This blog is intended to provide a unique insight into this process.

About the Author

Andrew Stoltmann is an attorney at Stoltmann Law Offices in Chicago, Illinois.  His practice includes securities litigation and FINRA arbitration matters, with a focus on securities and financial services litigation. He represents investors in federal and state court lawsuits and in arbitration and has personally handled approximately 1000 FINRA arbitration actions . Additionally, Stoltmann is on the board of directors of the Public Investor Arbitration Bar Association (PIABA) and he currently services as an adjunct securities law professor at the Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago, Illinois.

Stoltmann is frequently quoted on securities litigation and FINRA arbitration in national publications such as the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune and others and he appears regularly on CNN, CNBC and Bloomberg Television providing commentary on securities fraud and other issues.   

You can follow Stoltmann Law Offices @FinraLawyers

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