Investor's Guide to Loss Recovery by Louis L. Straney
Rights, Mediation, Arbitration, and other Strategies (Wiley Finance)

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Essential guidance for recovery of lost assets through arbitration, mediation and other forms of conflict resolution

Since the discovery of the Madoff fraud and investment scandals associated with the global credit crisis, investors have become aware that they can fight back and demand both justice and monetary recovery. To date, the only reliable resources on securities arbitration have been either sensationalized accounts of how to sue Wall Street or legal references, which provide no practical application. Filled with expert guidance showing investors how arbitration works, Investor's Guide to Loss Recovery fills that gap by providing a focus on all of the investor's options when a conflict arises. Includes charts showing the major areas of litigation as well as empirical evidence of enhanced awareness of investment misconductProprietary research by the author, demonstrating arbitration resultsAnalysis on how newly enacted regulatory reforms will impact the process and options for financial fraud victimsPersonal interviews with securities attorneys, experts and investorsDetailed scripts of initial attorney interviews, mediation and arbitration

New financial regulations are impacting the options available to investors looking to recover assets. Investor's Guide to Loss Recovery is must-have reading for every investor, financial advisor, and attorney.

 

About Louis L. Straney

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Louis L. Straney spent twenty-four years as a senior manager in the financial services industry, including a four-year tenure at the director level with Smith Barney. In 2007, he created Arbitration Insight, LLC, through which he currently provides expert witness and consulting services for securities- and commodities-related disputes. He has published articles in law journals and a self-study course on securities fraud for the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), where he provides training and is a regular speaker at U.S. and international conferences and events.
 
Published August 10, 2011 by Wiley. 210 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Education & Reference, Law & Philosophy, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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