Vernon Litigation Group Continues to File FINRA Arbitration Claims Against Concorde Investment Services, LLC and Expands Investigation Into Actions of Meredith McCutchen

The attorneys at Vernon Litigation Group have already filed numerous FINRA arbitration claims relating to the investment activities of Jerry McCutchen in Alabama. Our investigation has now extended to the transfer of client accounts to McCutchen’s daughter, Meredith McCutchen at Concorde Investment Services soon after Jerry McCutchen left the securities industry in late 2014.


Specifically, our investigation revolves around transactions that occurred in 2014 and 2015 regarding the alleged inappropriate use of retirement funds to invest in illiquid and/or speculative investment and insurance products. The claims already being pursued by Vernon Litigation Group in FINRA arbitration involve allegedly inappropriate purchases and concentration in high commissioned products that are illiquid and speculative, including TIER REIT, Inc. (formerly Behringer Harvard REIT I), Icon Leasing Fund Twelve LLC, among others. According to the Claims already being pursued by Vernon Litigation Group on behalf of retirees, many investors were simply looking for a steady income with protection of principal. Instead, they were offered risky and speculative investments that are inappropriate for retired investors, the Claims allege.

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Vernon Litigation Group has decades of combined experience in dealing with all kinds of financial and investment claims on behalf of investors throughout the United States and abroad. The lawyers at Vernon Litigation Group have collectively recovered hundreds of millions of dollars on behalf of clients, and stand ready to assist investors in any kind of financial harm or wrongdoing. Please contact Vernon Litigation Group to discuss your rights if you have suffered significant losses on your investments due to the wrongdoing of investment professionals such as Jerry McCutchen and Meredith McCutchen. Initial consultations regarding your possibility of recovery of your losses is confidential and free.

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