Finkelstein Thompson LLP's attorneys have extensive experience representing financial professionals in a variety of settings, including in arbitrations before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (commonly known as FINRA). From its founding in 1977, Finkelstein Thompson has maintained a robust securities litigation practice and its attorneys have a proven record of success (most recently recognized by Washingtonian Magazine, which named founding partner Burt Finkelstein a "Super Lawyer" in securities litigation for 2013). Its attorneys have a wide variety of experience (including both government and private practice), and are fully familiar with the complexities of FINRA proceedings.
While FINRA arbitrations are more cost-effective and simpler than litigation, financial professionals ensnared in such proceedings benefit from experienced and sound legal counsel. Finkelstein Thompson offers the resources and depth of a large firm with the personalized client service of a smaller firm, and presents a cost-effective option for broker-dealers, registered representatives, and other financial professionals. The firm is highly cognizant of the consequences of accusations of misconduct, and works with each of its clients to provide dedicated and personalized representation from inception to conclusion. It has represented individuals and organizations from across the country.