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Securities Litigation

EXPLAINING THE PROCESS OF SECURITIES LITIGATION

IS LITIGATION THE RIGHT STEP?

Securities litigation will be the most time consuming and costly form of resolving your dispute with your broker or financial advisor. It can also be the most effective choice. When all other attempts to resolve the problems have failed, securities litigation should be pursued aggressively by a committed attorney with a proven record of successful settlements and tried cases. Your broker or advisor has specific obligations and duties that they must perform to protect your interests and act for your benefit.

If you have lost large sums and you suspect fraud, you should act immediately and contact our office. There are other very useful methods of resolving disputes. Securities mediation is one and while it costs much less, the final agreement is not legally binding. The final decision in securities arbitration is legally binding. In certain circumstances, especially when gross misconduct is involved, it is sometimes best to litigate.

PROVIDING YOU WITH A DEDICATED LEGAL TEAM

There is always some degree of risk involved in investing. Investors know this and know that when you lose money, it does not mean your broker is guilty of fraud. When you have lost serious sums; you notice your broker may be churning; your statement reveals unauthorized trading on your account; or any of the many other indicators something is seriously wrong, you can depend upon the trusted legal counsel from our firm.

For over three decades we have been representing clients in securities arbitration claims and in trials at the NASD. We understand the complexities of these cases and how to navigate through the lies and cover-ups. Our reputation for integrity and skill makes us an excellent choice for your case.

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