Retail stockbroker Morgan Stanley Dean Witter & Co. began fending off a Securities and Exchange Commission action Monday in a rare skirmish involving the regulatory agency and a brokerage house.

In the first action involving a brokerage firm in more than a decade, the SEC is arguing that Dean Witter’s negligence cost four elderly women $320,000 from 1993 to 1997.

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