Stock Brokers, Financial Advisors, and Other Financial Services Representatives: Are You Involved in a Dispute With Your Current or Former Employer about Your Employment or a Promissory Note?
The Kueser Law Firm has experience representing stockbrokers, registered representatives, and other financial services industry professionals in employment disputes, including cases involving forgivable promissory notes.
Employment disputes involving financial services professionals often include matters related to signing bonuses (which are often disguised as “forgivable” promissory notes), stock option agreements or other bonus compensation, non-compete agreements, constructive termination, and age, race, or gender discrimination. Joining, working for, or leaving a financial services company should be conducted in a civil and professional manner. Unfortunately, that is not always the case.
As a former financial services professional, Jason M. Kueser understands and appreciates the concerns that pertain to an employment dispute. As such, he is able to provide “real world” counsel in addition to legal advice. In addition, the firm provides competitive rates and, depending on the circumstances, may be able to offer flexible fee structures.
If you are a financial advisor, stockbroker, registered representative, or other financial services professional and you feel you need to discuss issues or concerns you have related to your employment with a financial services company or a promissory note you signed when you were recruited, please contact The Kueser Law Firm at (816) 374-5865 or complete the form to the right and we will contact you.