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Securities Arbitration Attorneys and Counselors at Law

Klayman & Toskes, P.A., a leading national securities law firm, practices exclusively in the field of securities arbitration and litigation, on behalf of retail and institutional investors in large and complex securities matters. The principles we put into practice include, professionalism, diligence, perseverance and client accountability which are the standards by which we measure our success. Individual Investors benefit from a personalized approach to handling your legal claims which includes the assignment of your own case manager.

Institutional Investors can depend on case assessments which include the perspective of financial industry experts.  High Net Worth Investors receive a “concierge” approach which include consultation with your tax advisors, family office manager and trusted advisors who have knowledge of your situation.  Our practice areas include representation of clients for FINRA Arbitration, Elder Financial Fraud, Class Action Litigation and SEC Whistleblower Claims.

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The Firm focuses its practice in the forum established by the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. (NASD) and New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), now known as the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) for securities arbitration. Investors who maintain accounts with brokerage firms and have been damaged are required to bring their dispute before Self Regulatory Organizations such as the NASD and NYSE (n/k/a FINRA). While arbitration used to be an informal process, now, arbitration resembles a formal court proceeding. As arbitration has become more complex, you should retain qualified securities attorneys to represent you against brokerage firms and their experienced trial lawyers.