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Wealth Management Financial Services Consultant Bob Lawson

Bob Lawson, Securities Expert & FINRA Arbitrator
3800 American Boulevard West, Suite 1110
Bloomington MN 55431-4460
USA
phone: 800-741-0704
fax: 952-835-1504
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Barrington Capital Management, Inc. provides customized financial solutions for unique financial challenges and objectives. Their expertise is in the development, implementation and ongoing management of a customized and diversified investment strategy. Barrington's mission is to assist in building, enhancing, and protecting personal wealth and maintaining financial security.

Robert Lawson Wealth Manager Expert PhotoCertified Fraud Examiner LogoPresident and Chief Executive Officer, Bob Lawson, AIF, CFE, RFC, LUTCF has over 30 years of financial services experience as an Investment Advisory and Insurance Agency Executive, and Securities and Options Principal. Bob proudly serves as an Industry Arbitrator for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and the National Futures Association, a Certified Fraud Examiner, ERISA (3)-21 Fiduciary and an Accredited Investment Fiduciary.

In addition to teaching advanced investment strategies and Retirement Planning classes throughout the year, Bob is widely sought as an objective and entertaining observer of current events, financial markets and personal financial planning scenes. Bob Lawson has special expertise in stock options and has presented the following Options Industry Council (OIC) seminars to retail and industry professionals throughout the United States:
  • Options Basics
  • Options Intermediate
  • Advanced Options
  • Covered Calls
  • Options Spreads
  • Option Volatility
  • View Bob Lawson's Expert Witness Profile.
    9/23/2015 · Finance
    I receive phone calls throughout the year from attorneys who have taken on their first FINRA case and they frequently are unaware how the FINRA Dispute Resolution process differs from other venues. I thought it would be helpful to provide a quick overview for new participants and a refresher for those more experienced securities attorneys on how the FINRA Arbitration and Mediation process works.

    8/26/2015 · Finance
    In FINRA-related cases many attorneys see discovery requests objected to by opposing counsel. Typically, opposing counsel objects to discovery requests citing that items requested are either "overly broad, vague, or ambiguous", or "impermissible per FINRA's Code of Arbitration Procedure". However, despite opposing counsel's reasoning, many objections to discovery requests are irrelevant and do not hold up in regard to FINRA's Code of Arbitration Procedure. Attorneys should not be intimidated or discouraged by these objections, but rather should understand that FINRA's guidelines concerning arbitration allow for most applicable and reasonably obtainable discovery information to be delivered.