Stoltmann Law Offices is interested in hearing from those investors who may have suffered losses with Daniel Pugel. Pugel was permitted to resign from LPL after he allegedly made unsuitable investment recommendations, failed in his supervisory duties, breached fiduciary duties and violated blue sky laws. He also allegedly committed fraud in connection to a mutual fund investment. All of these are against securities laws. LPL, his former firm, can be held liable for these losses because it failed to properly supervise him. Pugel was previously registered with Morgan Stanley in Purchase, New York from June 1998 until November 2002 and was with LPL in Seattle, Washington since December 2002. He has three customer disputes against him. Please call today for a no-cost, no-obligation consultation with one of our attorneys. We may be able to take your case on a contingency basis which means that we only make money if you recover yours.
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