Securities Law

Stock Market Loss securities attorneys are investigating allegations against Winston Wade Turner, a previously registered broker who has been barred by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. Turner is prohibited from serving as a broker or associating himself with companies that offer securities to the public. Formerly of Metlife Securities Inc. and Pruco Securities, LLC, Turner

Sylvester Knox, a broker and investment adviser with eight different firms over 27 years, is under investigation for a variety of alleged violations . The attorneys at Stock Market Loss are investigating claims against Knox. Since January 2017, Knox has been registered with FSC Securities Corporation of Short Hills, New Jersey. Immediately prior to that,

Securities attorneys Jay H. Salamon and Hugh D. Berkson of McCarthy, Lebit, Crystal & Liffman represent clients who lost money as the result of Ponzi schemes, investment fraud, and other broker misconduct. They are investigating the claims history of Andrew Todd Yocum, a previously registered broker and investment adviser. Most recently, Yocum worked with Morgan

The Stock Market Loss fraud investigation team currently is assisting former clients of Lee Dana Weiss, who has been barred by the Securities and Exchange Commission from serving as an investment adviser or broker. Weiss also is prohibited from associating with companies that offer investment advice or sell securities to members of the public. Weiss

The Stock Market Loss team of investigators with McCarthy, Lebit, Crystal & Liffman Co., LPA, currently is reviewing claims against suspended broker John E. Burns, formerly of Edward Jones in Missouri. Burns has a number of customer disputes on his record along with employment separation after allegations and a regulatory ruling. Burns was permitted to

The Stock Market Loss securities fraud team is looking into complaints about Scott David Shapiro, a previously registered broker and investment adviser who worked with four firms over 21 years. From 1994 to 2016, Shapiro worked for the following New York companies: D.H. Blair & Co., Inc.; Whale Securities Co., L.P.; Citicorp Investment Services; and

The team of investment fraud attorneys at Stock Market Loss are investigating allegations against broker and investment adviser Dawn Bennett in Charlotte, Baltimore, New York and Washington, D.C. Bennett was suspended in August 2016 after she allegedly failed to respond to a request for information from the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. In an additional regulatory

Anthony Mastroianni Jr. is a previously registered broker who has been barred by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority from working as a broker or associating with companies that sell securities to members of the public. The stock fraud lawyers at McCarthy, Lebit, Crystal & Liffman Co., LPA, are investigating claims against Mastroianni by former clients

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) announced on October 20, 2016 that it is seeking SEC approval of proposed rules to help prevent the financial exploitation of seniors and other vulnerable adults. FINRA’s proposed rules would require firms to make reasonable efforts to obtain the name of and contact information for a trusted contact person

The Stockbroker Malpractice team of McCarthy, Lebit, Crystal & Liffman Co., LPA  is investigating claims against Mark N. Wesley, a former broker with Ameriprise Financial Services. Wesley, who worked in Independence, Ohio, now is out of the industry. Mark Wesley’s Fraudulent Practices According to his public record, Wesley recently was “permitted” by the Ameriprise to resign