NEWARK — Seton Hall Law School’s Investor Advocacy Project is now accepting new cases. The Investor Advocacy Project offers free legal services to investors who have a dispute with an investment professional and are unable to obtain legal counsel.
Claims may include those resulting from unsuitable investment strategies, unauthorized trading activity, or other inappropriate investment professional practices. To be eligible, investors must reside in New Jersey; demonstrate an annual combined household income of no greater than $100,000, and claim alleged losses of no greater than $100,000.
For further information, visit law.shu.edu/investoradvocacy or contact Seton Hall Law Professor David M. White at 1-973-642-8084.