Wells Fargo didn’t just inherit a 15,000-strong brokerage force when it acquired Wachovia Securities. It also found itself lumped with a string of court cases that Wachovia had brought against its former advisors who had moved to Stifel Nicolaus following Wachovia’s takeover of AG Edwards in early 2008.
One such case in Florence, S.C. has turned ugly.
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