If you are an Argentine investor in principal-protected notes issued by Lehman Brothers, Dimond Kaplan & Rothstein, P.A. may be able to recover your investment losses from UBS. Our Spanish-speaking lawyers and assistants handle your case confidentially.
As you likely are familiar, Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy protection in September 2008, rendering Lehman Brothers securities virtually worthless. You may have been led to believe that you had no recourse other than to wait in line with other Lehman Note investors who, like you, are unsecured creditors in the bankruptcy. But Lehman Brothers Note investors can file arbitration claims against the brokerage firms that recommended and sold the securities, including UBS. Indeed, many Lehman Brothers Note investors already have recovered money from UBS in FINRA arbitration proceedings.
Through our investigations, we have learned that UBS failed to disclose (1) certain material information about Lehman Brothers, (2) UBS’s financial ties to Lehman Brothers, (3) that UBS was actively divesting itself of its own financial exposure to Lehman Brothers at the same time that it was recommending Lehman Brothers investments to its retail customers, and (4) UBS was recommending that its institutional clients sell Lehman Brothers securities and even bet against Lehman Brothers by buying Lehman credit default swaps at the same time that is was recommending that UBS retail investors buy and hold Lehman Brothers securities.
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