Former NBA Star Wins Legal Battle Against Morgan Keegan

by Wall Street Fraud on November 22, 2012

morgan keegan securities fraudHorace Grant recently came out victorious in court rather than on the court. The former NBA star recently succeeded in upholding an arbitration award against his brokerage firm, Morgan Keegan.

Grant first filed a complaint against Morgan Keegan over investment losses tied to risky bond funds in 2008. Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) arbitrators awarded him $1.46 million in 2009. However, Morgan Keegan has been fighting to overturn the award in court ever since.

Most recently, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit upheld the award, rejecting Morgan Keegan’s claims that the arbitrators exceeded their power or issued a biased decision. Despite the victory, Grant acknowledges that the legal battle has taken a toll. "I would rather play against a guy like Shaq any day than to chase something that is mine that was taken," Grant told Reuters.

As Reuters reports, Grant is not the only investor battling Morgan Keegan. The firm has faced more than 1,000 customer arbitration cases over high-risk mortgage-backed securities that were marketed to clients as safe investments and later plummeted as much as 80 percent when the market collapsed.

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