Published On: March 25, 2016

If you are interested in suing Morgan Stanley in a class actions lawsuit, the attorneys at Stoltmann Law Offices may be able to help. Every year,  Morgan Stanley gets sued dozens of times in class actions lawsuits, for various violations of the federal securities laws.  Morgan Stanley, like most other brokerage firms, has a binding arbitration clause in every new account agreement that means that for most claims, if you would like to sue Morgan Stanley, it must be done through the binding arbitration process, and not in the class action process. There are some exceptions through which the brokerage firm can be sued in a class action lawsuit. For example, securities fraud issues where  Morgan Stanley acted as the underwriter. If you would like to file a class action lawsuit claim against  Morgan Stanley, please call us.

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