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M.H. Meyerson Fights Back: Did NASD Go Too Far in Stock Dispute?

Traders Magazine, March 2002

Gregory Bresiger

If a recent $5 million judgement by an NASD arbitration panel stands against M. H. Meyerson & Co. and Bear Stearns & Co. for a supposedly botched stock transfer, then every financial institution that relies on power of attorney agreements will be endangered. That's the contention of officials of Meyerson, a small Jersey City-based bulletin board market maker founded in 1960 by a former car salesman Martin H. Meyerson.

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