Financial disputes and conflicts occur between individuals and many types of institutions.
Experienced attorneys often use litigation or resolution techniques to protect these clients when financial disputes arise.
Financial disputes arise between wealthy individuals, lenders, shareholders, partners, investment banks, fund managers, asset management companies, insurance companies, brokers and dealers, pension funds, credit management companies, regulators, retail banks, and more.
Some examples of the common types of financial disputes that arise include: securities fraud, bribery, market abuse, money laundering, technology issues, misrepresentation, privacy protection matters, compliance issues, breaches of contract, loan matters, and bond issues.
Experienced attorneys look into various options including, litigation, arbitration, alternative dispute resolutions, mediation and negotiation. While ready to take the case to court, they will seek the best and most cost-effective resolution for their client.
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