Tom Potter Quoted In IA Watch Article On The Finra's Pay-To-Play Rule

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Nashville, Tenn., February 1, 2016 - Burr & Forman LLP announces that Nashville-based Partner, Thomas K. Potter III, was quoted in an IA Watch article titled, "FINRA's Pay-to-Play Rules Could Hit Around Election Time."

The article discusses the new restriction on political contributions and its potential to affect candidates in the 2016 election. FINRA Rule 2030 could go in effect by November.

Subscribers can read the full article here.

Potter has over 30 years experience representing business interests in securities, corporate and intellectual property disputes. He represents broker-dealers and investment bankers in disputes from multi-district mutual-fund class actions to state-court jury trials on derivatives contracts, government enforcement actions, and constitutional challenges to municipal securities rules to customer arbitrations.


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