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Lehman Note Holders Can Still File FINRA Arbitration For Losses

Lehman Brothers has emerged from bankruptcy and is scheduled to begin making distributions in April 2012 to its creditors, which include investors in the Lehman Brothers 100% Principal Protected, Partial Protection, Step Up Callable, Return Optimization and Absolute Return Barrier Notes.

It is anticipated that investors will only recover about 20% of their losses through the bankruptcy. You may be able to recover the balance of your losses by filing an arbitration claim with FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority). Many investors have already done so and have been successful in recovering a substantial portion of their losses.

It is important to act quickly to avoid having your right to pursue the arbitration expire.

If you have questions about the way your brokerage account is being handled or have lost money in the Lehman Principal Protected Notes, please do not hesitate to contact us at 561 391 1900. We have been helping investors nationwide recover stock-market and investment losses for over twenty years.

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