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Christopher J. Gray Obtains Award of $268,000 for Client in FINRA Arbitration

April 22, 2010

Christopher J. Gray obtained an arbitration award in favor of his client, claimant Michael Tartalione, in a FINRA arbitration proceeding concluded on April 7, 2010. The FINRA arbitration panel granted the claimant an award of liability against repondent American Capital Partners, LLC of Melville, New York and awarded claimant damages of $232,000 plus interest of nine percent per annum running from September 1, 2008 until the date the award is paid. In all, the award with accrued interest grants claimant approximately $268,000 in relief to date.

Claimant’s testifying expert witness was Frederick W. Rosenberg of PCA Forensics in East Hanover, NJ.

The arbitration award is accessible below.

10.4.20 award for claimant.pdf (177.46 kb)

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Chris did a great job with my case. He managed my expectations in the beginning of the process, consulted me along the way and always made sure I knew the advantages and disadvantages of decisions we collectively needed to make. He is very knowledgable about the finanical industry and how they work legally, which very much helped me and my legal initiative successful. Chris is straight-forward and doesn't mess around. I was very please with his professionalism and the outcome of my case, and would recommend him to anyone that is pursuing action against any company in the financial services industry. Greg
Chris displayed extreme professionalism. His dedication, research, and concern for his clients pocket book was displayed to the fullest when Chris tried my case. His diligence and perserverance were rewarded when we won our case. I have reccommended Chris to numerous friends who have concurred with my positive assessment. Jay
Chris became my lawyer for a FINRA Arbitration case in 2008. He listened to my complaint, filed notice soon after and engaged an expert witness. We discussed mediation, found it to be agreeable and approached the defendant who at first agreed and at the last minute reneged. At all times Chris kept me informed of the process, costs and developments. Andrew