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Gary Menzer, Esq. is a Founding Partner with The Securities Law Firm of Menzer & Hill, P.A. The Firm represents aggrieved investors that have sustained investment losses due to the negligence of their stock broker or financial advisor and the failure to supervise by their Broker-Dealer. The... More
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  • Grifphon Fund Lawsuit - Yosef Jawed

    On September 20, 2012, the SEC announced that it had filed fraud charges against Yosef Jawed ("Jawed") a principal for the Grifphon Funds. The Complaint alleges that Jawed ran a $37 million fraudulent Ponzi scheme.

    Brokerage Firms that recommend the Grifphon Funds to their clients may be held liable for client losses if they are found to have misrepresented the risks associated with the funds or if they failed in their due diligence requirements.

    One Brokerage Firm, Raymond James, has already been found liable for a customer's losses that invested in the Grifphon Funds.

    Sep 12 1:27 PM | Link | Comment!
  • Harry A. Stokes - Contemporary Benefits Design, Inc.

    If you maintained investment account(s) with Harry A. Stokes of Contemporary Benefits Design, Inc. you should contact a securities attorney to further discuss your situation.

    Harry A. Stokes was affiliated with NFP Securities, Inc. while maintaining his own firm Contemporary Benefits Design, Inc.

    Under FINRA rules and regulations, NFP Securities may be held liable for any potential wrongdoing related to investor accounts if they failed to properly supervise their registered representatives.

    Sep 06 11:55 AM | Link | Comment!
  • Larry J. Dearman Fraud - Oklahoma Investment Advisor

    According to the Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") on August 27, 2013, the SEC brought charges against a former Oklahoma Investment Adviser Larry J. Dearman Sr. ("Dearman"). The complaint alleges that between 2008 - 2012, Dearman raised at least $4.7 million from his clients and allegedly used the funds for his own personal use instead of investing the funds in several investments run by his friend Marya Gray. The Investment scheme included Bartnet Wireless Internet, The Property Shoppe and Quench Buds.

    During the time periods of the alleged wrongdoing, Dearman was affiliated with Cambridge Legacy Securities, Securities America and Brecek & Young Advisors. Under FINRA rules and regulations, the aforementioned brokerage firms may be held liable for client losses if they are found to have failed to properly supervise Dearman's activities.

    Investors that sustained losses investing with Dearman may be able to recover their losses through the FINRA arbitration process.

    Aug 30 4:27 PM | Link | Comment!
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