Just a few years ago, few retail investors were either aware of or even used the BrokerCheck portal for the purposes of vetting current and potential advisors. At that time, any ESAA disclosure remained undetected for most of the time. Today’s times are different, and AdvisorLaw, LLC and its internal staff of Attorneys and federally licensed Enrolled Agents understand that more than anybody. AdvisorLaw, LLC safeguards financial advisors from the designs of lawyers who are out for a quick buck using serious disclosures such as customer disputes and termination disclosure representation. Current and potential investors depend on what they see in the U4, U5, and BrokerCheck profile of a financial advisorship and management professional. That is aside from the Central Registration Depository (CRD) System itself.
A single customer dispute or nasty termination disclosure representation could cause the financial advisorship and management professional big money, not to mention future clients and their entire career in the process. This is where the experts at AdvisorLaw, LLC excel at. They provide the requisite means for financial advisors to gain back what they have lost in their career in those terms, while also ensuring a meticulous institutional compliance monitoring to help clients have peace of mind.
At AdvisorLaw, LLC, the client’s concerns are its own. The professional group of AdvisorLaw ensures the decisive expungement of the ESAA and even obtain a monetary award for the indemnification of the economic damage that it has wrought on their business.
The very same disclosure is now easily found and taken into consideration not only by future employers but by current and potential investors alike. The recent proximity of harm caused by the ESAA affords reps the opportunity to seek an expungement of the ESAA as well as a monetary award to indemnify them for the economic impact it has had upon their business. AdvisorLaw, LLC does this thanks to its in-depth knowledge of the FINRA Rule 2080 arbitration process.