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Wall Street’s Kangaroo Court: Calling Out FINRA’s Linda Fienberg

Posted by Larry Doyle on May 22nd, 2014 11:27 AM |

Do you ever hear or read a statement put forth by a public official, industry representative, or regulatory spokesperson and think “Are you kidding me?” . . .  if not something far less polite than that?

I would guess that in a world in which politicians and their spokesmen are not often called on the carpet, many people allow statements worthy of being challenged to go in one ear and out the other if they bother to listen at all.

Today I am not of a mind to be quite so dismissive given the fact that the topic at hand — Wall Street arbitration — not only touches every employee on Wall Street, but also every investor in the nation.

Let’s navigate and continue to play to win for those who care about real transparency and integrity in America.   (more…)

Mensack v Morgan Stanley, FINRA

Posted by Larry Doyle on February 26th, 2013 5:43 AM |

What do you think you would do if in the process of appealing a case, you were informed that the court stenographer had “somehow” lost (deleted or destroyed, perhaps??) 8 hours of testimony? Do you think you might be a little pissed off?

Just a little?

Mind you, what if the 8 hours of “lost” testimony were not just any 8 hours. That is, they were not the first 8 hours. They were not the last 8 hours. What if they were 8 hours of selected intermittent testimony including key points when the plaintiff alleges the defendant perjured himself?

Must be a banana republic and kangaroo court for such a gross injustice to have transpired, right?  (more…)

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