Meyers Associates loses arbitration case.
In June, 2016, a FINRA arbitration panel issued a $19,000 binding arbitration award against Meyers Associates and registered rep Colin Archer.
The underlying matter involved allegations that Meyers Associates and Colin Archer breached their fiduciary duty, were negligent, engaged in unsuitable trading and churning, and failed to supervise in relation to the excessive trading in stocks, including Cypress Semiconductor, Dynamic Materials and Ireland Bank ADR.
In June, 2016, the arbitration panel rendered itsdecision and awarded the customer $19,000.
As a result of this award The Law Office of David Liebrader has opened an investigation into Meyers Associates and Colin Archer.
Meyers Associates’ broker check report lists twenty two customer complaints.
FINRA Code of Arbitration Procedure section 12904 governs the issuance and payments of awards. Key provisions of the rule are that the award may be entered as a judgment in any court of competent jurisdiction, after a motion to confirm the award is filed pursuant to state or federal law. Furthermore, unless the applicable law directs otherwise, all awards rendered under the Code of Arbitration Procedure are final, and are not subject to review or appeal. Grounds for overturning binding FINRA arbitration awards are extremely limited. Meyers Associates and Colin Archer had thirty days to pay the award, or to seek to have the award vacated.
If you are the victim of investment fraud, or if you have lost money investing with Meyers Associates and Colin Archer please call The Law Office of David Liebrader at (702) 380-3131 for a free, confidential consultation to discuss your legal rights and options. Our firm takes cases on a straight contingency fee, with no money up front, and no money owed unless there is a recovery.
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