Judge's decision goes against Smith Barney

Kuiper, Mark T.
November 1997
Bond Buyer;11/25/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30280, p40
Trade Publication
Reports that a US District Court judge has reversed a New York Stock Exchange arbitration panel decision to rule against Smith Barney Inc. Awarding of attorney's fees to plaintiff Alicia DeGaetano in her lawsuit against Smith Barney and managing director Fred Hessler; Citing of the firm's arbitration policy.


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