The Futures Arbitration lawyers at Conway & Conway aggressively and successfully "Fight to Make Investors Whole." Those who have invested in the following markets and have been defrauded by their futures commission merchants should contact Conway & Conway to discuss their potential fraud case.

The futures markets include, but are not limited to:
  • Financials
  • Currency Futures
  • Stock Futures
  • Eurodollar Futures
  • Interest Rate Futures
  • Cocoa Futures
  • Sugar Futures
  • Grain Futures
  • Orange Juice Futures
  • Heating Oil Futures
  • Natural Gas Futures
  • Crude Oil Futures
  • Liquified Propane Gas
  • Platinum Futures
  • Gold Futures
  • Platinum Futures
  • Silver Futures
  • Cattle Futures
  • Dairy Futures

Futures, Derivatives & Commodities Broker Fraud

The aggressive legal services offered by the Futures Arbitration lawyers and Commodities Litigation attorneys at Conway & Conway provide investors with representation in forums such Commodity futures trading – as National Futures Association (NFA), American Arbitration Association (AAA) and all levels of State and Federal Courts.

Conway & Conway's tenacious Commodites Litigation attorneys represent investors who have placed their trust in unscrupulous commodity brokers and lost significant amounts of money. Their aggressive Futures Litigation Lawyers fight for those who have lost large amounts of investment capital in Hedge Funds due to fraud.

Conway & Conway arbitrates and litigates against the following individuals and entities:
  • Futures Commission Merchant (FCMs);
  • Commodity Pool Operator (CPO);
  • Introducing Broker (IP);
  • Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA);
  • Agricultural Trade Option Merchant;
  • Or any Associated Person (AP) who solicits or accepts Futures orders, participates in a commodity pool, solicits or accepts discretionary accounts, or supervises any individual on behalf of a Futures Commission Merchant (FCM), Commodity Pool Operator (CPO), Introducing Broker (IP), Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) or Agricultural Trade Option Merchant.
Conway & Conway handles all aspects of the mediation, litigation or arbitration of an investor's claim. You can be assured that Conway & Conway will leave no stone unturned, because of their unique and intricate understanding of the futures industry. Investors involved in disputes or potential lawsuits related to trading on the futures and commodities markets are invited to contact Conway & Conway's futures arbitration lawyers for a consultation and evaluation of their potential fraud case.

Conway & Conway will handle U.S. Futures Fraud cases from international investors. Investors from Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, South & Central America, and Australia who have incurred losses in U.S. financial investments due to fraud are welcome to contact us.

Conway & Conway's Futures Arbitration Attorneys

The Futures Arbitration attorneys at Conway & Conway vigorously pursue reparations for investors who have lost investments by entrusting futures contracts & transactions in the futures markets to trading advisors involved in market manipulation and other nefarious trading and sales tactics.

Futures fraud, including:
  • Conversion of funds
  • Churning of accounts
  • Unauthorized trading
  • Futures trading violations
Inappropriate management of an account, including:
  • Unsuitability of investment
  • Failure to execute trades
  • Misallocation of trades
  • Bucketing or trading against the customer
  • Non-competitive trading
  • Wash sales
  • Accommodation trading
Other futures arbitration matters, including:
  • Failure to supervise a registered representative
  • Solicitation via misleading promotional information
  • Deceptive sales methods
  • Fraudulent communications
  • Cheat, fraud & deceive customers
  • Failure to appropriately disclose risk
  • Price & market manipulation
  • Unauthorized offering or selling over the counter - (OTC) futures contracts or commodity options
  • Breach of fiduciary duty

Futures Contracts & Self-Regulatory Organizations (SRO's)

The trading of a futures contract involves the promise to purchase or sell a certain quality and quantity of a particular commodity at a date certain in the future. These futures contracts include contracts on financials, currencies, soft commodities, energy products, and livestock. All futures contracts are traded on a federally licensed exchange.

These exchanges are self-regulatory organizations (SROs) and futures contracts are subject to regulatory oversight.
  • Intercontinental Exchange
  • Chicago Mercantile Exchange - CME
  • New York Mercantile Exchange – NYMEX ( Division of CME )
  • Philadelphia Board of Trade - PBOT
Futures and FOREX: Frequently Asked Questions