Broker Employment and Stockbroker Bonus Dispute Attorneys
- Stock brokers
- Stock and option traders
- Commodities traders
- Bond traders
- Currency traders
- Derivative traders
- Money managers
- Hedge fund managers
If you are engaged in a bonus dispute versus the brokerage firm, hedge funds, private equity firm, or investment bank you were working for, consider our law firm’s qualifications to assist you. We have a great deal of in-depth knowledge and experience in all facets of securities trading.
Were you terminated from your job involuntarily — or left voluntarily — and did not receive bonuses that you earned and were entitled to at your brokerage firm? Perhaps you were given a token severance package — and no mention was made of bonuses that you had coming. Your brokerage firm may attempt to justify the omission with excuses such as the following:
- They say that your severance package was generous enough
- They say that you did not stay long enough to qualify for a bonus
As a broker, trader, or fund manager, most of your earnings may have come from bonuses, not salary. Your fight for the stockbroker bonus dispute to which you are entitled is a high-stakes struggle for what you believe you earned.
It may seem suspicious that just a month before the scheduled bonus payout (November/December, for example), you were let go. Our Miami and West Palm Beach stockbroker bonus disputes and trader bonus disputes attorneys have heard this story time and again.
Contact a West Palm Beach Stock Broker Bonus Disputes Attorney
Our lawyers have recovered significant amounts of money for stockbroker bonus disputes on behalf of individuals who were mistreated by their employing brokerage firms. Our clients come to us from Florida communities including Ft. Lauderdale, Miami and West Palm Beach, and from around the state as well as in New York City, Los Angeles and throughout the U.S. and Latin America. We are willing to take on cases of merit on a partial or full contingency-fee basis.
Will your bonus dispute case be resolved through informal negotiations, through arbitration or through litigation? Discuss the facts of your case with one of our attorneys. We are prepared for the hard fight. In many cases, we succeed at arguing that terminated employees have accrued the right by contract or industry customs and standards to be rightfully and equitably paid bonuses that they earned, regardless of technicalities of the date of termination and the date of a bonus payout.
Call Dimond Kaplan & Rothstein, P.A., today at 888-578-6255 to schedule a consultation with an experienced broker firm misconduct lawyer.