Guest - and MOST, if not all investment brokers do what their clients want. If it's bad they advise the clients NOT to do it but they DO the investment upon the insistence of the client.
Goolsby's firm went AGAINST the clients wishes.
The lawsuit is a civil one, because there is less of a burden of proof required.
I have not heard, but Baker and Slaughter is advertising heavily to see how many clients may have been affected. I do not know the requirements for class action but I believe that's the road they're trying to go down.
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