Chicago Commodities Arbitration and Reparations Lawyer
May Law, PC has significant experience in various courts and arbitration forums, as well as reparations and enforcement actions involving the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and arbitrations and enforcement actions before the National Futures Association (NFA) and various exchanges such as the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT), and Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME). When suitable, the firm recommends the use of mediation and other methods of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) that can reduce the risks and costs of arbitration or litigation.
May Law, PC, is a Chicago, Illinois, based law firm prepared to handle legal issues involving compliance, customers, employers, regulation, and helping commodities, FOREX, futures or options firms maintain best practices to prevent arbitrations and litigation. When faced with litigation or arbitration involving commodities, FOREX, futures or options, May Law, PC, is prepared to defend your interests.
Chicago Commodities Arbitration, Litigation and Mediation Lawyer
Chicago Futures Arbitration (Arb) Attorney
May Law, PC frequently represents commodities, futures, FOREX and options firms in arbitration, litigation and mediation. In counseling clients facing adversarial client-related situations, the firm often recommends arbitration (arb) when appropriate, and our personnel are experienced in arbitration and mediation as advocates. The firm’s practice also includes intra-industry disputes adjudicated by exchanges (CBOT, CME, ICE, NYBOT) and self-regulatory organizations such asNational Futures Association (NFA).
Without strategic counsel and advocacy, businesses and individuals are at risk of liability without appropriate legal protections. May Law, PC, is a Chicago, Illinois, based law firm focused on handling the issues faced by businesses in today’s complex market economy. With experience, knowledge and tailored representation, the firm is capable of handling even the most challenging business issues, from startup through dissolution, including compliance, disputes or regulatory concerns.