Andrew Stoltmann

Andrew
Stoltmann

Andrew Stoltmann is an attorney with the Stoltmann Law Offices in Chicago. He exclusively concentrates his practice in representing investors who are the victims of investment fraud. Previous to opening the Stoltmann Law Offices P.C., he was a partner in a law firm concentrating its practice in the representation of investors in lawsuits, arbitration claims and class actions against brokerage firms. Stoltmann is currently an adjunct securities law professor at Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago.

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Gallery: Eight Lessons Learned from The Wolf of Wall Street 7
The Wolf of Wall Street, a film about Jordan Belfort, the founder of notorious boiler room Stratton Oakmont, opens on Christmas day. The movie reinforces some crucial lessons for investors. Here are eight lessons advisors can show their clients to assure them they've hired the right person for the job. something you can show your clients to assure them they’ve hired the right guy for the job.
Gallery: Eight Lessons Learned From Madoff's Ponzi Scheme 1
Wednesday marked the five-year anniversary of Bernie Madoff's arrest, but how easily investors forget. Here are eight lessons investors should've learned from the Madoff scandal, and some things advisors should be aware of as clients become more scrutinizing.
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