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Experienced attorneys helping victims of investment fraud and malpractice nationwide to recover their investment losses.


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What We Do

Mika Meyers’ investor attorneys have been representing investors in disputes with their stockbrokers and financial advisers for more than three decades. Along with extensive experience, our investor advocates have unparalleled qualifications and skills. Practice group chair Dan Broxup is a CFA Charterholder, signifying that he has successfully completed the Chartered Financial Analyst Program, which tests applicants’ knowledge and skill in the areas such as portfolio management, wealth planning, and asset valuation. Mr. Broxup is also a former director of the investor advocacy clinic at the Michigan State University College of Law. Through the application of our experience, knowledge, and skill, Mika Meyers’ investor advocates have helped hundreds of clients recover their investment losses and peace of mind. Let us help you reclaim what is yours.

About Arbitration

In most cases, legal actions against stockbrokers and investment advisors are filed in arbitration proceedings, rather than in court. Claims against stockbrokers are generally filed in an arbitration forum established by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, known as FINRA Dispute Resolution. Claims against investment advisors often have to be filed in arbitration forums such as AAA or JAMS. Each arbitration forum has its own procedural rules and filing fee requirements. Mika Meyers has experience advocating in all of the major arbitration forums.

Common Claims

Common claims that we bring on behalf of investors include claims for the sale of unsuitable investments, excessive trading, unauthorized trading, selling away, the sale of unregistered securities, negligence, breach of fiduciary duties, investment fraud, and violations of Federal and State securities laws. The statutes of limitations on some of these claims are very short, so investors who have concerns about their investments or the conduct of their financial advisors should consult with an experienced attorney as soon as possible.

Daniel J Broxup represented me in a FINRA case against a former financial advisor. I was very pleased with the settlement, and the fast and professional manner in which the case was handled.

- Jolan Jackson

From The Blog

GPB Capital – Investor Update

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On February 4, 2021, the SEC filed a complaint against GPB Capital and various related entities and individuals alleging that the defendants had been perpetrating a massive fraudulent scheme using…

Michigan Investment Fraud Attorneys Issue Alert re Virgil Biggs

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According to his FINRA Brokercheck report, financial advisor Virgil Biggs of Saranac, Michigan is involved in a legal dispute with a customer who alleges that Biggs recommended unsuitable investments and…

Investor Alert – John Broughton

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Stock broker John Broughton of Michigan has been sued by a customer who alleges Broughton recommended unsuitable investments in a closed-end fund and a business development company. According to the…