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Our Successful Cases

These include some of the largest national and regional brokerage firms in the US. However there are over 6,000 brokerage firms operating in the US, and we have the resources, experience and dedication to achieve successful outcomes against any of them, on behalf of our clients.

Miller Stern Lawyers has successfully represented investors in claims against the following brokerage firms:

  • Cetera Advisors LLC
  • Cetera Advisor Network LLC
  • Cetera Investment Services LLC
  • Citigroup Global Markets Inc.
  • Janney Montgomery Scott LLC
  • LPL Financial LLC
  • Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Inc.
  • Morgan Stanley & Co. LLC
  • Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC
  • NFP Securities, Inc.
  • Oppenheimer & Co. Inc.
  • Oriental Financial Services Corp.
  • Popular Securities, LLC
  • Raymond James Financial, Inc.
  • RBC Capital Markets, LLC
  • Santander Securities, LLC
  • Securities America, Inc.
  • Transamerica Financial Advisors, Inc.
  • UBS Financial Services Inc.
  • UBS Financial Services Inc. of Puerto Rico
  • Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Network, LLC

Choose excellence for your success – partner with us today! Contact us online or call 410-LAW-FIRM to discuss your case with us.

Results That Matter

For people who matter to us
  • $16 Million+ Settlement

    Business Fraud: This eight figure settlement was against a large insurance company. In this case, the plaintiffs argued the company had discriminated based on age and race, and had conspired to throw cases out based on this criteria.

  • $2.5 Million Settlement

    Breach of Contract Case: This $2.5M settlement was against a financier for breach of contract. Plaintiff alleged that this breach caused his development project to go bankrupt.

  • $2 Million Settlement

    Brokerage Breach of Fiduciary Duty.

  • $1.7 Million Settlement

    FINRA Violations Lead To a $1.7M Settlement: $1,700,000 verdict was delivered against an International Broker/Dealer for FINRA violations and unauthorized trading.

  • $1.5 Million Settlement

    Loss of Assets in Brokerage Account Case: Settled for $1.5M. This case involved the unauthorized transfer of assets, which also was an issue of elder abuse. It was resolved after arbitration.

recent news

read our securities & stock broker fraud blog
  • Merrill Settles Claim for $4.25 Million Regarding Suitability Allegations
  • Brian Leggett and Bryson Holdings, LLC v. Wells Fargo Clearing Services, et al
  • FINRA To Hire A Law Firm to Review Arbitrator Selection After Judge Rebukes FINRA in Vacating a Wells Fargo Award
  • $950,000 Fine to Merrill – Flawed Supervision Allowed Two Advisors to Steal $6M
  • In An Order To Vacate Award By Wells Fargo, Judge Scolds FINRA Arbitration
  • Read More On Our Securities & Stock Broker Fraud Blog


  • Dan is a great lawyer who represented me in a car accident. He has years of experience and settled my case in a quick and timely manner.
    - Lee K.
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    - Former Client
  • Kevin Stern is an excellent lawyer with unmatched expertise, especially within the area of medical malpractice.
    - Kelly G.
  • My daughter was in a car accident and was injured. We worked with Dan Miller throughout the process and received the settlement we deserved.
    - Andrew R.

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