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Robb et al v Neuberger Berman - $5,537,000 Lehman Structured Products & Hedge Fund Award

In July 2011, a FINRA arbitration panel in Chicago, IL ordered Neuberger Berman to pay $5,052,500 in compensatory damages and costs plus approximately $484,500 in interest. The award was made after a hearing wherein the Claimants alleged Respondents engaged in "a general fraudulent scheme to target investors, especially high net worth individuals to raise funds for Lehman Brothers Holdings and Lehman Brothers, Inc. under the guise of principal protected notes." The claims related to the...

Croce v UBS Financial Services - $1,770,000 UBS & Lehman Structured Products Award

In June 2011, a FINRA arbitration panel in Philadelphia, PA ordered UBS Financial Services Inc. to pay $1,520,000 in damages plus approximately $250,000 in interest. The award was made after a hearing wherein the Claimant alleged Respondents breached contractual and fiduciary duties and failed to suitably invest Claimant's account. The claims related to the purchase of a Lehman Brothers issued "100% Principal Protection Notes Linked to Year-Over-Year Change in the Consumer Price Index." Dr....

Flanagan v UBS Financial Services - $200,000 Structured Products Award

In November 2009, a FINRA arbitration panel in Columbia, SC ordered UBS Financial Services Inc to pay $165,000 in damages which includes the interest per annum at the state of South Carolina statutory rate of 8.75%. The panel also awarded Claimant costs in the amount of $35,000 plus attorney's fees. The award was made after a hearing wherein the Claimant alleged Respondents breached contractual and fiduciary duties, failed to suitably invest Claimant's account, and failed to supervise...

Rayburn et al v HSBC Securities - $775,000 Structured Products Award

In May 2007, an NASD arbitration panel in Los Angeles, CA ordered HSBC Securities to pay $775,000 in damages after a hearing wherein the Claimants alleged Respondents misrepresented features and omitted material facts in the sale of structured "snowball" notes to Claimants. Dr. McCann testified on behalf of the Claimants.

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