The securities law firms Blum Law Group (www.stockattorneys.com) and Sallah & Cox, LLC (http://www.sallahcox.com) announce that they have been retained to represent investors who suffered losses at UBS as a result of losses in Lehman notes and Lehman preferred shares.
These securities were typically recommended as safe investments. However, many investors allege they were not warned of the risk and suffered extraordinary losses as a result. Blum Law Group and Sallah & Cox, LLC are pursuing arbitration claims before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”) on behalf of aggrieved investors, including claims of misrepresentation, omissions of material facts, unsuitability, and negligence.
We believe investors will achieve better results on their claims through individual arbitration claims rather than through the class action process.
For additional information or to further discuss these matters, investors should contact either:
Scott L. Silver, Esq.
Blum Law Group
1-877-STOCK LAW (1-877-786-2552)
James D. Sallah, Esq.
Sallah & Cox, LLC 1-888-SEC- ATTY (1-888-732-2889)
Blum Law Group is a nationally-recognized securities law firm headquartered in South Florida, with a satellite office in New York, representing investors worldwide with their claims for losses due to stockbroker misconduct and brokerage firm negligence in securities litigation and arbitration matters. The firm has successfully recovered multi-million dollar awards for its clients against the country’s top brokerage houses.
Sallah & Cox, LLC is located in Boca Raton, Florida. The firm consists of former SEC Enforcement attorneys who represent clients throughout the United States and Latin America in stockbroker misconduct and investment fraud cases. This firm has represented investors against most major Wall Street brokerage firms in claims involving stocks, options, auction rate securities, hedge funds, mutual funds, and bonds.
Blum & Silver’s and Sallah & Cox, LLC’s attorneys speak English and Spanish, and they are licensed to practice law in Florida, Colorado, New York and New Jersey.