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Analyst Disclosure Issues

Analyst Disclosure Issue Would Snag Brokers New NASD Proposal will require more disclosures by retail brokers. The war on analysts is now threatening brokers. In proposing heightened disclosures from analysts, the NASDR has included retail brokers as well. The July proposal, NASD Notice to Members 01-45, broadens disclosure obligations for […]

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New Broker Disclosure

New NASD Proposal will require more disclosures by retail brokers. The war on analysts is now threatening brokers. In proposing heightened disclosures from analysts, the NASDR has included retail brokers as well. The July proposal, NASD Notice to Members 01-45, broadens disclosure obligations for public appearances by analysts and brokers […]

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Analyst Disclosure Issue Would Snag Brokers

New NASD Proposal will require more disclosures by retail brokers. The war on analysts is now threatening brokers. In proposing heightened disclosures from analysts, the NASDR has included retail brokers as well. The July proposal, NASD Notice to Members 01-45, broadens disclosure obligations for public appearances by analysts and brokers […]

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NASD Rule 2211 – Telemarketing

Text of Amendments to NASD Rule 2211 – Telemarketing (Note: The original rule was formerly Article III, Section 1 of the NASD Rules of Fair Practice) One June 28, 1996, the NASD filed a proposed change to the Telemarketing Rule, Rule 2110, in response to the rules introduced by the […]

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Proposed MSRB Interpretations

Proposed MSRB Interpretations Interpretation of Dealer’s Affirmative Disclosure Obligations Released By John M. Baker, Esq. Feb. 12, 2002 – The Securities and Exchange Commission this week published comment notices for two Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board notices on the responsibilities of dealers to municipal securities customers. The notice published today proposes […]

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NASD Proposed Change to ACAT Rules

Seeking TROs to stop transfers to be banned By John M. Baker, Esq. May 22, 2001 – NASD Regulation today posted a request for comment on a proposal to prohibit NASD member actions interfering with the transfer of customer accounts. NASD Notice to Members 01-36 (June 2001). As discussed in […]

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LAW REVIEW: Liar, Liar?

Form u-4 and form u-5 are two of the most oppressive and abused securities  industry documents. recent changes were approved without a single comment from the industry. The SEC</div><div class=glossaryItemBody>The United States Securities and Exchange Commission is the federal agency charged with the regulation and oversight of the securities markets, public companies and securities professionals.(…)</div>” href=”https://www.seclaw.com/glossary/sec/” data-gt-translate-attributes='[{“attribute”:”data-cmtooltip”, “format”:”html”}]’>SEC‘s Bad Form By Mark J. Astarita, Esq. On July 5, 1996, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced it had approved […]

Arbitration Brokers

Fight Back Revisited

A recurring problem in civil litigation is the filing of claims by plaintiffs which lack merit, or are which are filed for purposes other than to address a grievance or a wrong. The problem is particularly acute in the securities arbitration arena, where in addition to the cost, expense and […]