Woodmere, New York FINRA 8210 Defense Lawyer

Do You Need a FINRA 8210 Defense Attorney? You may have read that Najib Hossain Khan of Woodmere, New York was permanently barred by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”) from working in the securities industry because he failed to comply with FINRA Rule 8210 and 2010. In May 2017, Najib Hossain Khan joined Citigroup Global Markets Inc. and became registered as an Investment Company and Variable Contracts Product Representative. The firm later filed a Uniform Termination Notice (Form U5), disclosing that he had been terminated due to previous suspected involvement in theft from customer bank accounts. According to the findings, FINRA sent a request to Khan for information and documents regarding their investigation into the alleged misconduct. The findings state that Khan allegedly received, acknowledged, and failed to timely provide the requested documents and information. Although Najib Hossain Khan is no longer associated with any FINRA member firm, he remains subject to FINRA’s jurisdiction. FINRA Rule 8210(a)(1) states in relevant part that FINRA has the right to “require a person associated with a member, or any other person subject to FINRA’s jurisdiction to provide information orally, in writing or electronically” FINRA Rule 8210(c) similarly provides that “[n]o member or person shall fail to provide information pursuant to this Rule.” A violation of FINRA Rule 8210 is also a violation of FINRA Rule 2010, which requires associated persons to “observe high standards of commercial honor and just and equitable principles of trade.” Unfortunately, Najib Hossain Khan might have avoided that FINRA 8210 bar from the securities industry with a skilled and experienced FINRA 8210 defense attorney. It is important, early on, to have a FINRA defense attorney advise you on how not to make matters worse and resolve the dispute with the least amount of sanctions which could range from censures to fines, suspensions, permanent bars, and/or referrals to federal or state prosecutors. You will need an experienced FINRA defense lawyer who not only has knowledge of FINRA rules and procedures, the securities laws and the appropriate sanction for the alleged misconduct but also has an excellent reputation and credibility with the FINRA attorneys to negotiate the best outcome. Free Initial Consultation With FINRA 8210 Defense Attorney Serving Financial Advisors Throughout Woodmere, New York And Nationwide The Law Offices of Robert Wayne Pearce, P.A. understands what is at stake in FINRA securities law matters and works tirelessly to secure the best possible result for you and your case.  Attorney Pearce’s FINRA defense skills are highly regarded throughout New York and across the nation.  For dedicated representation by an attorney with over 40 years of experience and success in all kinds of FINRA disputes serving New York citizens, contact the firm by phone at 561-338-0037, toll free at 800-732-2889, or via e-mail. 

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Eau Claire, Wisconsin FINRA 8210 Defense Lawyers

Do You Need a FINRA 8210 Defense Attorney? You may have read that Michael F. Shillin of Eau Claire, Wisconsin was permanently barred by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”) from working in the securities industry because he failed to comply with FINRA Rule 8210 and 2010. In May 2018, Michael F. Shillin joined A.G.P. / Alliance Global Partners and became registered as a general securities representative. The firm later filed a Uniform Termination Notice (Form U5), disclosing that he was terminated due to alleged misconduct. According to the findings, FINRA began an investigation and sent a request to Shillin for information and documents or to appear for an on-the-record testimony regarding his alleged misstatements and for providing falsified/altered documents. The findings state that Shillin allegedly received, acknowledged, and refused to provide the requested documents and information or appear for on-the-record testimony. Although Michael F. Shillin is no longer associated with any FINRA member firm, he remains subject to FINRA’s jurisdiction. Rule 8210 requires persons subject to FINRA’s jurisdiction to provide information to FINRA upon request. Rule 8210(a)(1) authorizes FINRA, in the course of an investigation, to require persons subject to its jurisdiction to “provide information orally, in writing, or electronically and to testify at a location specified by FINRA staff, under oath or affirmation administered by a court reporter or a notary public if requested, with respect to any matter involved in the investigation.” Rule 8210(a)(2) authorizes FINRA to “inspect and copy the books, records, and accounts” of persons subject to its jurisdiction “with respect to any matter involved in the investigation that is in such person’s possession, custody, or control.” Rule 8210(c) provides that “[n]o member or person shall fail to provide information or testimony or to permit an inspection and copying of books, records, or accounts pursuant to this Rule.” Unfortunately, Michael F. Shillin might have avoided that FINRA 8210 bar from the securities industry with a skilled and experienced FINRA 8210 defense attorney. It is important, early on, to have a FINRA defense attorney advise you on how not to make matters worse and resolve the dispute with the least amount of sanctions which could range from censures to fines, suspensions, permanent bars, and/or referrals to federal or state prosecutors. You will need an experienced FINRA defense lawyer who not only has knowledge of FINRA rules and procedures, the securities laws and the appropriate sanction for the alleged misconduct but also has an excellent reputation and credibility with the FINRA attorneys to negotiate the best outcome. Free Initial Consultation With FINRA 8210 Defense Attorney Serving Financial Advisors Throughout Eau Claire, Wisconsin And Nationwide The Law Offices of Robert Wayne Pearce, P.A. understands what is at stake in FINRA securities law matters and works tirelessly to secure the best possible result for you and your case.  Attorney Pearce’s FINRA defense skills are highly regarded throughout Wisconsin and across the nation.  For dedicated representation by an attorney with over 40 years of experience and success in all kinds of FINRA disputes serving Wisconsin citizens, contact the firm by phone at 561-338-0037, toll free at 800-732-2889, or via e-mail. 

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Johnston, Iowa FINRA 8210 Defense Lawyer

You may have read that Matthew Thomas Jennings of Johnston, Iowa was permanently barred by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”) from working in the securities industry because he failed to comply with FINRA Rule 8210. Do You Need a FINRA 8210 Defense Attorney? In May 2017, Matthew Thomas Jennings joined Edward Jones and became registered as a General Securities Representative. The firm later filed a Uniform Termination Notice (Form U5), disclosing that he had been terminated due to alleged misconduct. According to the findings, FINRA sent a request to Jennings for documents and information in connection as to whether he introduced clients to an investment not offered by his firm. The findings state that Jennings responded to FINRA through email stating that he allegedly received, acknowledged, and refused to provide the requested information. Although Matthew Thomas Jennings is no longer associated with any FINRA member firm, he remains subject to FINRA’s jurisdiction. Under FINRA Rule 8210(a)(1), FINRA staff may require a “person associated with a member, or any other person subject to FINRA’s jurisdiction to provide information orally, in writing, or electronically . . . with respect to any matter involved in [an] investigation.” FINRA Rule 8210(c) similarly provides that “[n]o member or person shall fail to provide information . . . pursuant to this Rule.” A violation of FINRA Rule 8210 is also a violation of FINRA Rule 2010, which requires associated persons to “observe high standards of commercial honor and just and equitable principles of trade.” Unfortunately, Matthew Thomas Jennings might have avoided that FINRA 8210 bar from the securities industry with a skilled and experienced FINRA 8210 defense attorney. It is important, early on, to have a FINRA defense attorney advise you on how not to make matters worse and resolve the dispute with the least amount of sanctions which could range from censures to fines, suspensions, permanent bars, and/or referrals to federal or state prosecutors. You will need an experienced FINRA defense lawyer who not only has knowledge of FINRA rules and procedures, the securities laws and the appropriate sanction for the alleged misconduct but also has an excellent reputation and credibility with the FINRA attorneys to negotiate the best outcome. Free Initial Consultation With FINRA 8210 Defense Attorney Serving Financial Advisors Throughout Iowa And Nationwide The Law Offices of Robert Wayne Pearce, P.A. understands what is at stake in FINRA securities law matters and works tirelessly to secure the best possible result for you and your case.  Attorney Pearce’s FINRA defense skills are highly regarded throughout Iowa and across the nation.  For dedicated representation by an attorney with over 40 years of experience and success in all kinds of FINRA disputes serving Iowa citizens, contact the firm by phone at 561-338-0037, toll free at 800-732-2889, or via e-mail. 

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Sparks, Nevada FINRA 8210 Defense Lawyer

You may have read that Lawrence Burton Goldstein of Sparks, Nevada was permanently barred by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”) from working in the securities industry because he failed to comply with FINRA Rule 8210. Do You Need a FINRA 8210 Defense Attorney? In April 2010, Lawrence Burton Goldstein joined McNally Financial Services Corporation and became registered as a general securities representative. The firm later filed a Uniform Termination Notice (Form U5), disclosing that he had been terminated due to alleged misconduct. According to the findings, FINRA sent a request to Goldstein for on-the-record testimony in connection to alleged unsuitable and excessive trading. The findings state that Goldstein responded to FINRA during a phone call and through email stating that he allegedly received, acknowledged, and refused to provide the on-the-record testimony at any given time. Although Lawrence Burton Goldstein is not currently registered or associated with a FINRA member firm, he remains subject to FINRA’s jurisdiction. FINRA Rule 8210(a)(1) states, in relevant part, that FINRA may “require a…person associated with a member, or any other person subject to FINRA’s jurisdiction, to provide information orally, in writing, or electronically…and to testify at a location specified by FINRA staff…with respect to any matter involved in a FINRA investigation.” FINRA Rule 8210(c) states that “[n]o…person shall fail to provide information or testimony…pursuant to this Rule.” A violation of F1NRA Rule 8210 is also a violation of FINRA Rule 2010, which requires associated persons, in the conduct of their business, to “observe high standards of commercial honor and just and equitable principles of trade.” Unfortunately, Lawrence Burton Goldstein might have avoided that FINRA 8210 bar from the securities industry with a skilled and experienced FINRA 8210 defense attorney. It is important, early on, to have a FINRA defense attorney advise you on how not to make matters worse and resolve the dispute with the least amount of sanctions which could range from censures to fines, suspensions, permanent bars, and/or referrals to federal or state prosecutors. You will need an experienced FINRA defense lawyer who not only has knowledge of FINRA rules and procedures, the securities laws and the appropriate sanction for the alleged misconduct but also has an excellent reputation and credibility with the FINRA attorneys to negotiate the best outcome. Free Initial Consultation With FINRA 8210 Defense Attorney Serving Financial Advisors Throughout Nevada And Nationwide The Law Offices of Robert Wayne Pearce, P.A. understands what is at stake in FINRA securities law matters and works tirelessly to secure the best possible result for you and your case.  Attorney Pearce’s FINRA defense skills are highly regarded throughout Nevada and across the nation.  For dedicated representation by an attorney with over 40 years of experience and success in all kinds of FINRA disputes serving Nevada citizens, contact the firm by phone at 561-338-0037, toll free at 800-732-2889, or via e-mail. 

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Miami Beach, Florida FINRA 8210 Defense Lawyer

You may have read that Joseph V. Alhadeff of Miami Beach, Florida was permanently barred by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”) from working in the securities industry because he failed to comply with FINRA Rule 8210. Do You Need a FINRA 8210 Defense Attorney? In November 2012, Joseph V. Alhadeff joined National Securities Corporation and became registered as a registered options principal and a general securities representative. According to the findings, FINRA sent a request to Alhadeff for information and documents regarding their investigation into a former representative he used to supervise.  The findings state that Alhadeff responded to FINRA through email stating that he allegedly received, acknowledged, and refused to provide the requested information. Joseph Alhadeff is not currently registered or associated with a FINRA member firm but is subject to FINRA’s jurisdiction. FINRA Rule 8210(a) states that, for purposes of an investigation, FINRA may require any person subject to its jurisdiction to provide information and to permit FINRA staff to inspect and copy books and records that are in the person’s possession, custody, or control. FINRA Rule 8210(c) provides that “[n]o . . . person shall fail to provide information . . . or to permit an inspection and copying of books, records, or accounts pursuant to this Rule.” A violation of FINRA Rule 8210 is also a violation of FINRA Rule 2010. Unfortunately, Joseph V. Alhadeff might have avoided that FINRA 8210 bar from the securities industry with a skilled and experienced FINRA 8210 defense attorney. It is important, early on, to have a FINRA defense attorney advise you on how not to make matters worse and resolve the dispute with the least amount of sanctions which could range from censures to fines, suspensions, permanent bars, and/or referrals to federal or state prosecutors. You will need an experienced FINRA defense lawyer who not only has knowledge of FINRA rules and procedures, the securities laws and the appropriate sanction for the alleged misconduct but also has an excellent reputation and credibility with the FINRA attorneys to negotiate the best outcome. Free Initial Consultation With FINRA 8210 Defense Attorney Serving Financial Advisors Throughout Florida And Nationwide The Law Offices of Robert Wayne Pearce, P.A. understands what is at stake in FINRA securities law matters and works tirelessly to secure the best possible result for you and your case.  Attorney Pearce’s FINRA defense skills are highly regarded throughout Florida and across the nation.  For dedicated representation by an attorney with over 40 years of experience and success in all kinds of FINRA disputes serving Florida citizens, contact the firm by phone at 561-338-0037, toll free at 800-732-2889, or via e-mail. 

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New York, New York FINRA 8210 Defense Lawyer

You may have read that Jiong Gu of New York, New York was permanently barred by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”) from working in the securities industry because he failed to comply with FINRA Rules 8210 and 2010. Do You Need a FINRA 8210 Defense Attorney? In April 2020, FINRA sent a request to Jiong Gu for documents and information in connection with his alleged outside business activities. According to the findings, Gu requested an extension from FINRA due to a partial and incomplete response. The findings state that FINRA granted the request, however, Gu later responded to FINRA in a letter stating that he allegedly received, acknowledged, and refused to provide the requested documents and information. Although Jiong Gu is not registered with FINRA or associated with a FINRA member firm, he remains subject to FINRA jurisdiction. FINRA Rule 8210(a)(1) states, in relevant part, that FINRA has the right to “require a member, person associated with a member, or any other person subject to FINRA’s jurisdiction to provide information orally, in writing, or electronically . . . with respect to any matter involved in the investigation, complaint, examination or proceeding.” FINRA Rule 8210(c) states that “no member or person shall fail to provide information or testimony or to permit inspection and copying of books, records, or accounts pursuant to this Rule.” A violation of FINRA Rule 8210 is also a violation of FINRA Rule 2010, which requires associated persons to observe high standards of commercial honor and just and equitable principles of trade. Unfortunately, Jiong Gu might have avoided that FINRA 8210 bar from the securities industry with a skilled and experienced FINRA 8210 defense attorney. It is important, early on, to have a FINRA defense attorney advise you on how not to make matters worse and resolve the dispute with the least amount of sanctions which could range from censures to fines, suspensions, permanent bars, and/or referrals to federal or state prosecutors. You will need an experienced FINRA defense lawyer who not only has knowledge of FINRA rules and procedures, the securities laws and the appropriate sanction for the alleged misconduct but also has an excellent reputation and credibility with the FINRA attorneys to negotiate the best outcome. Free Initial Consultation With FINRA 8210 Defense Attorney Serving Financial Advisors Throughout New York And Nationwide The Law Offices of Robert Wayne Pearce, P.A. understands what is at stake in FINRA securities law matters and works tirelessly to secure the best possible result for you and your case.  Attorney Pearce’s FINRA defense skills are highly regarded throughout New York and across the nation.  For dedicated representation by an attorney with over 40 years of experience and success in all kinds of FINRA disputes serving New York citizens, contact the firm by phone at 561-338-0037, toll free at 800-732-2889, or via e-mail. 

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Sunrise, Florida FINRA 8210 Defense Lawyer

You may have read that David Alan Stateman of Sunrise, Florida was permanently barred by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”) from working in the securities industry because he failed to comply with FINRA Rules 8210 and 2010. Do You Need a FINRA 8210 Defense Attorney? In February 2014, David Alan Stateman joined Allstate Financial Services and became registered as an Investment Company and Variable Contracts Products Representative. The firm later filed a Uniform Termination Notice (Form U5), disclosing that Stateman had voluntarily terminated his registration due to a customer complaint. According to the findings, FINRA sent Stateman a request for documents and information in connection with their investigation into the customer complaint against him for misinformation. The findings state that Stateman failed to respond by the deadline provided, therefore violating FINRA Rules 8210 and 2010. Although David Alan Stateman is no longer registered or associated with a FINRA member firm, he remains subject to FINRA’s jurisdiction. FINRA Rule 8210(a)(1) states, in relevant part, that FINRA staff shall have the right to “require a member, person associated with a member, or any other person subject to FINRA’s jurisdiction to provide information orally, in writing, or electronically…with respect to any matter involved in the investigation, complaint, examination, or proceeding.” A failure to comply with a request for documents and information issued pursuant to FINRA Rule 8210 is a violation of FINRA Rule 2010, which requires associated persons to “observe high standards of commercial honor and just and equitable principles of trade.” Unfortunately, David Alan Stateman might have avoided that FINRA 8210 bar from the securities industry with a skilled and experienced FINRA 8210 defense attorney. It is important, early on, to have a FINRA defense attorney advise you on how not to make matters worse and resolve the dispute with the least amount of sanctions which could range from censures to fines, suspensions, permanent bars, and/or referrals to federal or state prosecutors. You will need an experienced FINRA defense lawyer who not only has knowledge of FINRA rules and procedures, the securities laws and the appropriate sanction for the alleged misconduct but also has an excellent reputation and credibility with the FINRA attorneys to negotiate the best outcome. Free Initial Consultation With FINRA 8210 Defense Attorney Serving Financial Advisors Throughout Florida And Nationwide The Law Offices of Robert Wayne Pearce, P.A. understands what is at stake in FINRA securities law matters and works tirelessly to secure the best possible result for you and your case.  Attorney Pearce’s FINRA defense skills are highly regarded throughout Florida and across the nation.  For dedicated representation by an attorney with over 40 years of experience and success in all kinds of FINRA disputes serving Florida citizens, contact the firm by phone at 561-338-0037, toll free at 800-732-2889, or via e-mail. 

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North Woodmere, New York FINRA 8210 Defense Lawyers

You may have read that Brian Radoo of North Woodmere, New York was permanently barred by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”) from working in the securities industry because he failed to comply with FINRA Rule 8210 and 2010. Do You Need a FINRA 8210 Defense Attorney? In May 2008, Brian Radoo joined NEXT Financial Group, Inc. and became registered as a General Securities Representative. The firm later filed a Uniform Termination Notice (Form U5), disclosing that he had been terminated due to his alleged misconduct. According to the findings, FINRA sent a request to Radoo for information and documents regarding their investigation into whether he engaged in an outside business activity.  The findings state that Alhadeff responded to FINRA through email stating that he allegedly received, acknowledged, and refused to provide the requested information. Although Brian Radoo is no longer associated with any FINRA member firm, he remains subject to FINRA’s jurisdiction. FINRA Rule 8210(a)(1) states, in relevant part, that FINRA may require a person subject to its jurisdiction “to provide information orally, in writing, or electronically with respect to any matter involved in [a FINRA] investigation [or] examination.” FINRA Rule 8210(c) further states that “no person shall fail to provide information pursuant to this Rule.” A violation of FINRA Rule 8210 is also a violation of FINRA Rule 2010, which requires member firms and their associated persons to “observe high standards of commercial honor and just and equitable principles of trade.” Unfortunately, Brian Radoo might have avoided that FINRA 8210 bar from the securities industry with a skilled and experienced FINRA 8210 defense attorney. It is important, early on, to have a FINRA defense attorney advise you on how not to make matters worse and resolve the dispute with the least amount of sanctions which could range from censures to fines, suspensions, permanent bars, and/or referrals to federal or state prosecutors. You will need an experienced FINRA defense lawyer who not only has knowledge of FINRA rules and procedures, the securities laws and the appropriate sanction for the alleged misconduct but also has an excellent reputation and credibility with the FINRA attorneys to negotiate the best outcome. Free Initial Consultation With FINRA 8210 Defense Attorney Serving Financial Advisors Throughout New York And Nationwide The Law Offices of Robert Wayne Pearce, P.A. understands what is at stake in FINRA securities law matters and works tirelessly to secure the best possible result for you and your case.  Attorney Pearce’s FINRA defense skills are highly regarded throughout New York and across the nation.  For dedicated representation by an attorney with over 40 years of experience and success in all kinds of FINRA disputes serving New York citizens, contact the firm by phone at 561-338-0037, toll free at 800-732-2889, or via e-mail. 

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Fairbanks, Alaska FINRA 8210 Defense Lawyer

You may have read that Vonna Kay Husby of Fairbanks, Alaska was permanently barred by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”) from working in the securities industry because she failed to comply with FINRA Rule 8210. Do You Need a FINRA 8210 Defense Attorney? Vonna Kay Husby was registered with Raymond James Financial Services, Inc. from 2003 until 2019, when they filed a Uniform Termination Notice (Form U5) disclosing that she had been discharged due to alleged misconduct. According to findings, FINRA sent a request to Husby for information and documents in connection with their investigation into whether she served as Power of Attorney and opened an undisclosed bank account that she co-owned with the customer. The findings state that Husby initially cooperated but ceased in doing so when she responded to FINRA through email stating that she allegedly received, acknowledged, and refused to provide the requested documents. Although Vonna Kay Husby is no longer registered or associated with a FINRA member firm, she remains subject to FINRA’s jurisdiction and sanctions. FINRA Rule 8210(a)(1) states, in relevant part, that FINRA may “require a…person associated with a member, or any other person subject to FINRA’s jurisdiction, to provide information orally, in writing, or electronically…and to testify at a location specified by FINRA staff…with respect to any matter involved in [a FINRA] investigation.” FINRA Rule 8210(c) states that no person shall fail to provide information or testimony…pursuant to this Rule.” A violation of FINRA Rule 8210 is also a violation of FINRA Rule 2010, which requires associated persons, in the conduct of their business, to “observe high standards of commercial honor and just and equitable principles of trade.” Unfortunately, Vonna Kay Husby might have avoided that FINRA 8210 bar from the securities industry with a skilled and experienced FINRA 8210 defense attorney. It is important, early on, to have a FINRA defense attorney advise you on how not to make matters worse and resolve the dispute with the least amount of sanctions which could range from censures to fines, suspensions, permanent bars, and/or referrals to federal or state prosecutors. You will need an experienced FINRA defense lawyer who not only has knowledge of FINRA rules and procedures, the securities laws and the appropriate sanction for the alleged misconduct but also has an excellent reputation and credibility with the FINRA attorneys to negotiate the best outcome. Free Initial Consultation With FINRA 8210 Defense Attorney Serving Financial Advisors Throughout Fairbanks, Alaska And Nationwide The Law Offices of Robert Wayne Pearce, P.A. understands what is at stake in FINRA securities law matters and works tirelessly to secure the best possible result for you and your case.  Attorney Pearce’s FINRA defense skills are highly regarded throughout Alaska and across the nation.  For dedicated representation by an attorney with over 40 years of experience and success in all kinds of FINRA disputes serving Alaska citizens, contact the firm by phone at 561-338-0037, toll free at 800-732-2889, or via e-mail. 

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Collingswood, New Jersey FINRA 8210 Defense Lawyer

You may have read that Sean Michael Refsnider of Collingswood, New Jersey was permanently barred by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”) from working in the securities industry because he failed to comply with FINRA Rule 8210 and 2010. Do You Need a FINRA 8210 Defense Attorney? In February 2004, Sean Michael Refsnider joined Ameriprise and became registered as a General Securities Representative. Ameriprise later filed a Uniform Termination Notice (Form U5) disclosing that he had been terminated due to alleged misconduct. According to the findings, FINRA began an investigation into whether Refsnider had converted an elderly customers funds in the amount of $42,000 and used the funds for his personal expenses. The findings state that on three separate occasions, FINRA sent a request to Refsnider for documents and information in connection with the investigation, however, he failed to timely respond or request an extension to the deadline. Although Refsnider is no longer registered or associated with a FINRA member firm, he remains subject to FINRA’s jurisdiction. FINRA Rule 8210(a) requires a “person associated with a member, or any other person subject to FINRA’s jurisdiction to provide information orally, in writing, or electronically with respect to any matter involved in [an] investigation” FINRA Rule 8210(c) similarly provides that “[n]o member or person shall fail to provide information or testimony pursuant to this Rule.” A failure to comply with a request for information pursuant to FINRA Rule 8210 is also a violation of FINRA Rule 2010. Unfortunately, Sean Michael Refsnider might have avoided that FINRA 8210 bar from the securities industry with a skilled and experienced FINRA 8210 defense attorney. It is important, early on, to have a FINRA defense attorney advise you on how not to make matters worse and resolve the dispute with the least amount of sanctions which could range from censures to fines, suspensions, permanent bars, and/or referrals to federal or state prosecutors. You will need an experienced FINRA defense lawyer who not only has knowledge of FINRA rules and procedures, the securities laws and the appropriate sanction for the alleged misconduct but also has an excellent reputation and credibility with the FINRA attorneys to negotiate the best outcome. Free Initial Consultation With FINRA 8210 Defense Attorney Serving Financial Advisors Throughout Collingswood, New Jersey And Nationwide The Law Offices of Robert Wayne Pearce, P.A. understands what is at stake in FINRA securities law matters and works tirelessly to secure the best possible result for you and your case.  Attorney Pearce’s FINRA defense skills are highly regarded throughout New Jersey and across the nation.  For dedicated representation by an attorney with over 40 years of experience and success in all kinds of FINRA disputes serving New Jersey citizens, contact the firm by phone at 561-338-0037, toll free at 800-732-2889, or via e-mail.

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