As prices for Puerto Rican bonds have spiraled down, UBS' legal bills stemming from client complaints about the firm's sales practices have piled up.
In the latest in a series of cases, an arbitration panel has sided with a client against UBS, ordering the wirehouse to pay nearly $1.5 million in damages related to UBS' sale of Puerto Rican bonds and closed-end funds.
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