Tag: UBS

Vernon Litigation Group details Activity in V10 Structured Notes in Arbitration claim filed on behalf of $1 million investor

Feb 17, 2015 / Blog , Tags: , ,

The Vernon Litigation Group is currently pursuing FINRA arbitration claims against UBS Financial Services, Inc. (CRD #8174). The claims arise out of V10 structured note wrongdoing by UBS in connection with accounts in Naples, Florida, but which also involved issues in Utah, throughout the U. S., and London, England. In fact, news media in the U.S. and Europe are now reporting that UBS is currently being investigated by civil and […]

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Investors harmed by the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy get mixed messages this week

The Lehman Brothers bankruptcy that shook the financial world in 2008 still has investors who lost billions in the collapse wondering when they will begin to recoup their losses. Two decisions this week – one by a judge and the other by the Lehman Estate – did little to bring clarity to the situation or hope that investors will see a significant portion of their money anytime soon, say securities attorneys at Vernon […]

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Vernon Litigation Group and the Carrigan law firm file $1 million in securities fraud claims against UBS for Lehman principal protected note conduct in Texas state court

May 18, 2011 / Blog , Tags: , ,

Houston, Texas — Attorneys for investors have filed $1 million in securities fraud charges in Texas state court against UBS in an effort to force UBS to answer for its Lehman principal protected note sales in a public court case versus private industry-sponsored arbitration. Trial lawyer Stephen Carrigan, who has hired nationwide investor protection law firm Vernon Litigation Group as co-counsel, is pursuing two lawsuits in Texas state court where […]

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Wall Street using principal protected notes and other structured products to borrow collateral-free billions from main street investors

Naples, Florida — The Vernon Litigation Group law firm is warning retirees to beware of structured products, principal protected notes, reverse convertible notes, and other structured products that Wall Street firms have increasingly dumped on conservative main street investors. “The financial industry is effectively using structured products to borrow billions of dollars from Main Street investors with no collateral,” Chris Vernon is quoted as saying in the March issue of AARP […]

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