In yet another case, Stifel Nicolaus has beaten back claims that it raided several brokers who moved to the St. Louis-based regional brokerage firm from A.G. Edwards following its merger with Wachovia.
A FINRA panel granted Stifel more than $900,000 in attorney’s fees and denied all of Wachovia’s claims in a bitterly disputed raiding case involving four financial advisors and their assistant.
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