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If you've got a beef with a futures broker, this judge isn't for you. In eight years at the CFTC, Levine has never ruled in favor of an investor.

Number 20478
Subject Justice
Source Wall Street Journal (New York)
State NY
Year 2000
Publication Date December 13, 2000
Summary According to the article, "In his job as a federal administrative law judge, Bruce Levine decides whether aggrieved investors have been defrauded by commodity dealers and should get money back. In nearly 180 cases over eight years at the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, he has a remarkable record. Except for a handful of cases in which defunct firms failed to defend themselves, Judge Levine has never ruled in favor of an investor."
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Pages 3
Keywords Bruce Levine;judges;investors;Commodity Futures Trading Commission;cases;law;trial;federal administrative law judge
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