A brokerage firm or broker can be held liable if that firm or broker misrepresents material facts or omits to disclose material facts to the investor regarding an investment, and that client subsequently loses money on that investment. Often the misrepresentations or omissions disguise the risk associated with a particular investment. A broker has a duty to fairly disclose all of the risks associated with an investment.
We have one of the largest teams of attorneys and staff in the Country who work exclusively on representing investors.
Collectively, the members of our team have worked for dozens of securities firms, including almost every major brokerage firm on Wall Street.
We typically work on a contingency fee basis; if you recover nothing, you pay no legal fees.
Members of our firm have more than 100 years of combined experience in the securities industry and in securities law.