“How Long Will My UBS Bond Fund Case Take To Resolve”?

Many current clients as well as potential clients have contacted our law firm to inquire into how long a securities arbitration FINRA fraud claim against UBS will take in terms of time. Fortunately, FINRA lifted the suspension on the cases against UBS and Merrill Lynch related to Puerto Rico bond fund losses two weeks ago.  This means FINRA arbitrators are now being appointed and the cases are moving once again.  While FINRA usually attempts to resolve cases within a 12 month period, this delay, and the surge of cases being filed (likely over 1000 claims in the next 12 months against UBS), likely means the period of time it will take for cases to resolve will be pushed back two months.  Therefore, it should take approximately 14 months from beginning to end.  To learn more, please visit www.UbsBondFundFraud.com or call us in Chicago for a no cost evaluation of your case by a lawyer.

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