Seeking Arbitration Before FINRA Dispute Resolution

When investors have complaints about broker or brokerage conduct, or are involved in financial disputes regarding trades, they may seek an arbitrated or mediated resolution through the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) dispute resolution process.

I am Jonathan Schwartz, a veteran securities attorney working in Marina del Rey, California. For more than 30 years, I have worked as an independent securities attorney representing investors and brokers in disputes regarding securities. I also have experience as an arbitrator at FINRA, and The National Futures Association, and as an attorney representing clients in arbitration before FINRA Dispute Resolution, the National Futures Association and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.

For more information about my practice, call me at The Law Office of Jonathan Schwartz at 310-496-5770.

FINRA Arbitration For Brokers

Investors are not the only parties who can benefit from FINRA dispute resolution. Stockbrokers and other financial professionals may be able to pursue complaints against their FINRA-registered employers on a range of issues regarding back pay, hiring and firing issues, repayment of "forgivable loans" and other issues. If you have a financial or other dispute with your employer, a FINRA process is the only option.

Los Angeles FINRA Dispute Resolution | Is It Right For You?

Whether FINRA dispute resolution is best for you is best discussed in the presence of an experienced securities lawyer. In such situations, I represent investors and/or individual brokers, depending on the circumstances they face and the merits of their individual situations.

Experienced Los Angeles FINRA Arbitration Attorney | Free Phone Consultation

For a free telephone consultation with an experienced Southern California arbitration lawyer, contact me online at The Law Office of Jonathan Schwartz, or by calling 310-496-5770.