A FINRA arbitration panel slapped a former Bank of America Merrill Lynch financial advisor with an injunction that will prohibit him from soliciting his former clients until October 2012.
The decision stems from a dispute that first began in a Nevada district court in October, when Merrill Lynch sought a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction against former advisor Chad R. Sillman.
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