Justin Giannillo (CRD#: 3014283) was registered as a FINRA broker from 2001 to 2015. Most recently, Mr. Giannillo was a representative of Joseph Gunnar & CO. LLC. During this time, he was based in Melville, New York. This broker has also been employed at Chase Investment Services Corp (2008 to 2010) and American Capital Partners, LLC (2007-2008).
Earlier this year, an investor filed a complaint against this broker. Here, our experienced securities fraud lawyers review this customer claim against former Joseph Gunnar & Co. LLC broker Justin Giannillo.
Allegations of Broker Misconduct: Justin Giannillo
According to information found on FINRA’s Brokercheck, an investor filed a dispute against former Joseph Gunnar & CO. LLC broker Justin Giannillo in January of 2018. The customer raised several different causes of action against Mr. Giannillo, including:
- Breach of fiduciary duty;
- Violation of California state securities regulations;
- Common law investment fraud;
- Misrepresentation of material facts;
- Negligent omission of material facts;
- Breach of contract; and
- Negligent supervision.
In relation to the alleged misconduct, the customer is seeking $175,000 in financial compensation. If Mr. Giannillo is found to have violated securities law or FINRA regulations, thereby causing investor losses, the affected customer may be awarded financial compensation. As of September of 2018, this complaint is listed as pending.
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