Since the virtual dawn of securities arbitration in the early 1980s, the attorneys at Sallah Astarita & Cox, LLC have provided nationwide representation to investors and financial professionals as their securities arbitration lawyer. Mark J. Astarita, Esq. is a nationally recognized securities arbitration attorney, who has represented parties in over 600 securities arbitration cases, in over 20 states. While primarily a securities arbitration defense attorney, Mr. Astarita has represented a selected investors against major brokerage firms, with a great deal of success, including an award of one million dollars in punitive damages and attorneys fees for a New York investor.
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Sallah Astarita & Cox, LLC has offices in Florida, New York and New Jersey. Our securities arbitration lawyers have arbitrated virtually every type of claim possible, including:
Fraud, misrepresentations and omissions
Breach of fiduciary duty
Failure to execute orders
Unregistered brokers or securities
Guarantees and promises
Bad advice or research
Account transfer problems
Clearing broker liability
Failure to keep adequate records
Violation of FINRA or Exchange rules
To learn more about securities arbitration and litigation, please visit our Securities Arbitration Attorney web site , the New York Securities Lawyer web site, and SECLaw.com‘s Securities Arbitration Center.
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Mark J. Astarita is a veteran securities attorney who represents investors and financial professionals nationwide in securities investigations and arbitrations. Have a question? Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org, call his office at 212-509-6544 or visit The Securities Lawyer