Golfer Eddie Lyons Investor FraudBY Investment Fraud Attorney

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Cases Against Morgan StanleyBY Investment Fraud Attorney

Hundreds of investors lost millions of dollars while clients of Morgan Stanley's Ridgeland, Mississippi office between 2008 and 2012.  These investors's accounts were managed by Steve Wyatt and Hilary Zimmerman.  We now represent or have represent 53 of these individual...

Morgan Stanley Hit With Punitive Damages In Customer Arbitration (Broke and Broker, August 5, 2015)BY Investment Fraud Attorney

Bill Singer, author of Broke and Broker,  an irreverant Wall Street Blog was impressed by our recent award. Read his analysis published on August 5, 2015 below or Click here to read  it on his blog .  Morgan Stanley Hit With Punitive Damages In...

Morgan Stanley Told to Pay More Than $2.3 Million in Arbitration Case (Wall Street Journal, July 28, 2015)BY Investment Fraud Attorney

Morgan Stanley Told to Pay More Than $2.3 Million in Arbitration Case  Firm accused of unauthorized trading and other misdeeds by brokers in Jackson, Miss.-area branch Anna Prior The Wall Street Journal July 28, 2015 5:50 p.m. ET     ...

Stockbrokers. Fiduciary or not? (Northside Sun, June 25, 2015)BY Investment Fraud Attorney

Stockbrokers. Fiduciary or not?  Northside Sun Editorial by Kim Breese, June 25, 2015 A MAJOR COMPONENT of my law practice is representing clients who have lost money in their brokerage accounts. Sometimes the losses are because of outright fraud or...

FINRA Fines & Suspends Former Morgan Stanley Broker in Jackson OfficeBY Investment Fraud Attorney

Reprinted from Jackson Jambalaya  Tuesday, September 16, 2014 FINRA fined former Morgan Stanley broker Steven Wyatt $12,500 and suspended him for four months in a consent agreement issued last July.* The agreement states Mr. Wyatt purchased shares of Morris Innovative,...

N’Siders Win Arbitration for Mishandled AccountsBY Investment Fraud Attorney

Six cases have been filed against the Ridgeland branch office of Morgan Stanley and its managers. These cases arise from wrongdoing by two brokers in that office, Steve Wyatt and Hilary Zimmerman and the failure of Morgan Stanley to supervise...