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NASD Arbitration


On July 1, 2003, Spencer C. Young filed his arbitration claim against Morgan Stanley with the National Association of Securities Dealers ("NASD") after his many overtures for an amicable resolution were rebuffed.  As is usually the case, Kirkland & Ellis was brought in to form the notorious MS/K&E obstruction of justice team.

In July 2007, the Securities & Exchange Commission consolidated the NASD with the regulatory arm of the New York Stock Exchange, and renamed the consolidated organization the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, which is known by the acronym, FINRA, and is responsible for regulating all securities firms that do business with the public.


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NASD Arbitration Panel & Staff

When the NASD was advised legal counsel was about to be engaged to litigate Mr. Young's claim, Panelist Janet Squiteri was suddenly replaced with Judith MacDonald.  Ms. MacDonald's  extensive background as chief legal counsel for many different Wall Street firms was exceptionally biased and therefore unacceptable, Mr. Young was denied an opportunity to protest, or otherwise stop her obvious orchestrated insertion into the case.  And during the week when the NASD was advised either Morelli-Ratner or the Boyd Law Group would be engaged as representative counsel, a hasty conference call was arranged by Mr. Rosenfeld on behalf of the NASD Panel at a date and time Mr. Young had said he could not participate.  Moreover, he said he wanted his newly engaged attorney to participate, and suggested an alternate date when his attorney could be on the call. 

The NASD went ahead with the call, and dismissed the case!  So instead of preparing for the long awaited hearing, which Morgan Stanley would have assuredly lost due to the overwhelming evidence stacked against them, Mr. Young had to focus on getting the orchestrated case dismissal overturned. 

The NASD Panel rejected all requests to set aside the fraudulent dismissal, citing reasons that only confirmed orchestration by corrupt means.



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Corruption at the NASD


When the NASD was advised legal counsel was about to be engaged to litigate Mr. Young's claim, Panelist Janet Squiteri was suddenly replaced with Judith MacDonald.  Ms. MacDonald's  extensive background as chief legal counsel for many different Wall Street firms was exceptionally biased and therefore unacceptable, Mr. Young was denied an opportunity to protest, or otherwise stop her obvious orchestrated insertion into the case.  And during the week when the NASD was advised either Morelli-Ratner or the Boyd Law Group would be engaged as representative counsel, a hasty conference call was arranged by Mr. Rosenfeld on behalf of the NASD Panel at a date and time Mr. Young had said he could not participate.  Moreover, he said he wanted his newly engaged attorney to participate, and suggested an alternate date when his attorney could be on the call.

The NASD went ahead with the call, and dismissed the case!  So instead of preparing for the long awaited hearing, which Morgan Stanley would have assuredly lost due to the overwhelming evidence stacked against them, Mr. Young had to focus on getting the orchestrated case dismissal overturned. 

The ethically compromised NASD Panel rejected all requests to set aside the fraudulent dismissal, citing reasons that only confirmed orchestration by corrupt means.



How To Expose the Corruption

One of the ways MS/K&E unlawfully influences the outcome of a case, is by replacing those initially involved in a case with others willing to compromise their integrity -- and to have their way, they focus on those with "skeletons in their closet" to ensure the payoff overtures that don't pan out, remain a secret.  In this case, those whom investigations of Fraud and Corruption should be focused on are:
 
⇨  Avi Rosenfeld
⇨  Rachel Glasgow
⇨  Janet Squitieri
⇨  Judith MacDonald

Moreover, an expanded investigation into MS/K&E matters inexplicably decided in their favor on an irrational basis will likely show their practice of unlawful was the cause -- and merely following the money is not enough. This is because bartered favors in exchange for unlawful acts has been employed ever since the Christian Curry debacle , where they were caught red-handed paying off someone to further a dastardly agenda.  And to identify this, one need only look at whether the standard of living of those involved increased substantially shortly thereafter.