Hamburger law

Ham·bur·ger law

(hahm'būr-ger law)
Albumins and phosphates pass from red corpuscles to serum and chlorides pass from serum to cells when blood is acid; the reverse occurs when blood is alkaline.

Hamburger,

Hartog J., Dutch physiologist, 1859-1924.
Hamburger law - albumins and phosphates pass from red corpuscles to serum, and chlorides pass from serum to cells when blood is acid; the reverse occurs when blood is alkaline.
Hamburger phenomenon - movement of chloride from plasma to erythrocyte interior, or vice versa. Synonym(s): chloride shift
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When Morgan Stanley left the protocol, attorneys with the consultancy MarketCounsel and Hamburger Law Firm said it appeared that Bressler had not immediately released this news.
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On Wednesday, attorneys with the consultancy MarketCounsel and Hamburger Law Firm said it appeared that Bressler did not immediately release news about Morgan Stanley's departure, which would have negatively affected some departing reps.
Brian Hamburger, of the New Jersey-based Hamburger Law Firm and its affiliate MarketCounsel, which offers RIA compliance services, said that while he "applauds" the SEC for increasing its presence exams, the SEC is "really talking about reallocating from one type of advisor exam to another advisor exam," which doesn't equate to increasing the actual number of advisor exams.
One of the relationships I've used over the years is with New Jersey-based MarketCounsel, and the Hamburger Law Firm.
Brian Hamburger, founder of the New Jersey-based Hamburger Law Firm and its affiliate MarketCounsel, which offers RIA compliance services, argued, however, that it's not the "industry's responsibility" to pay the SEC to conduct exams, as user fees would require.
Securities attorneys I have talked with over the years, including Brian Hamburger, of the Hamburger Law Firm and MarketCounsel LLC, have expressed a preference for the professionalism and fairness of AAA arbitrators.
To get a more informed opinion about why FINRA doesn't do this, I had a subsequent conversation with securities attorney Brian Hamburger, CEO of the RIA compliance firm Market Counsel, and senior partner of the Hamburger Law Firm.