Favorable Arbitration Awards Against UBS for Lehman Losses
Dimond Kaplan & Rothstein, P.A., has represented a wide range of clients in arbitration proceedings against UBS.
Securities regulators have alleged that UBS failed to disclose all material information about Lehman Brothers notes when it recommended the securities to investors. As a result, investors could not make informed decisions when buying Lehman Notes. Arbitrators have ordered UBS to compensate Lehman Note investors for losses. UBS recommended and sold approximately $1 billion in Lehman Brothers principal protected notes, representing to investors that the investments were safe. However, the principal protected notes subjected investors to far more risk than they were led to believe. Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy protection in September 2008 and investors have lost their money.
Contact us at 888-578-6255 for more information about how to recover losses if you invested in Lehman Brothers Notes upon the recommendation and advice of UBS.
Our securities arbitration lawyers represent clients in New York City, Los Angeles, Miami, West Palm Beach, Ft. Lauderdale, throughout Florida the rest of the United States, and in Latin American locations such as Mexico City, Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires.
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