“The issue we experienced with the prior administrator was that, while we were only privy to their regular weekly updates, other firms received the privilege of additional information in advance of those updates.” @RIABiz @lisshidler features @HDelux.

Attorneys at Hamburger Law firm and MarketCounsel, both of Englewood, N.J., question whether Palatine, Ill.-based Capital Forensics — which sports the Orwellian motto “strength through corroboration” — has been vetted to ensure it doesn’t have any ethical problems hanging over its head that could lead to conflicts as the law firm begins to administer the Broker Protocol… The problem with that, according Brian Hamburger, founder of Hamburger Law firm and MarketCounsel, is that the new policy neglects to address the heart of the old problem.

“The language doesn’t address conflicts of interest at all. It simply states when ‘regular updates’ will be furnished,” he  writes in a statement. “The issue we experienced with the prior administrator was that, while we were only privy to their regular weekly updates, other firms received the privilege of additional information in advance of those updates.”

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