Time-Barred Claims Dismissed in Arbitration and in Court

We successfully represented Securities Service Network and one of its investment advisory representatives in obtaining dismissal of customer claims against the firm, first in a FINRA arbitration on grounds that the claims were brought outside of FINRA’s six year eligibility period and, then, in a state court action on grounds that the claims were barred by the applicable statutes of limitation. A. Dale Ray v. Securities Service Network, Inc., et al. (FINRA Case No. 07-02602); (Tenn. Cir. Ct. 14th Jud. Dist., Case No. 37-388 (filed Nov. 19, 2009)).

Securities Service Network, Inc. is a privately owned, independent contractor broker/dealer headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee.

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