BKCG Lawyers LLP has a wealth of experience in pursuing claims against securities brokerage firms and their financial advisors for providing improper investment advice. Many of our attorneys are members of the Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association, a national organization which closely monitors investment trends on Wall Street and which works closely with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the National Association of Securities Dealers and the New York Stock Exchange to ensure that proper investment procedures are followed.
Our experience in pursuing claims against securities brokerage firms has reached the national level on some of the largest and most significant Wall Street investigations in recent times. For instance, in 1993 our attorneys worked hand-in-hand with the Securities and Exchange Commission to investigate the Prudential Securities oil and gas limited partnership debacle, leading to the successful resolution of hundreds of private claims against Prudential Securities. Similarly, in 2002 we worked with the New York Attorney General's office to obtain critical information regarding the Merrill Lynch research analyst scandal, where the inherent conflict of interest between Merrill Lynch's research and investment banking departments was exposed.