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Investment Fraud Attorneys

We represent investors across the country in disputes with their financial advisors, investment advisors, brokerage and wealth management firms.

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High Stakes Securities Fraud

Our clients trust us with their once in a lifetime securities fraud disputes. Often, our clients’ entire life savings and financial future rests on the outcome of the case we handle for them.

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Investor Rights Attorneys

We represent harmed investors across the country who have lost money investing because of the fraud or negligence of their financial or investment advisors.

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National Investment Fraud Representation

Investing money with a financial advisor requires one of the highest forms of trust. When you invest with a financial advisor, you expect that they are being honest and are not withholding any important facts from you. You also expect that they will be careful with your money, and not take any risks without your permission. Unfortunately, it is all too common that this trust is violated.

We represent investors in high stakes disputes against financial advisors, investment advisors, brokerage and wealth management firms. Our clients depend on us to help recover and secure their life savings and financial future. We are committed to obtaining the best possible outcome for every client.

We have represented investors located throughout Florida, around the nation, and throughout Latin America. Our clients have included corporations, trusts, and professional athletes.

Please contact us for a free and confidential case evaluation if you believe that you are a victim of investment fraud. We are typically retained on a contingency fee basis, which means that we are only compensated if we recover money for you.

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  • Securities Fraud

    Securities Fraud, also known as investment fraud, is broadly defined as any deceptive practice that induces an investor to buy or sell a security on the basis of false or misleading information.

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  • Unsuitable Investments

    FINRA Rule 2111 mandates that financial advisors and brokerage firms only recommend investments or investment strategies that are suitable for the client.

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  • Ponzi Schemes

    A Ponzi scheme takes place when a business or investment operator uses new investor funds to pay fictitious returns to prior investors.

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  • Misrepresentation

    Misrepresentation occurs when false information is provided by the seller of an investment to the customer.

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  • Advisor Negligence

    Financial advisors and investment advisors owe a “duty of care” to their clients. Financial advisor negligence occurs when an advisor breaches this duty by doing (or not doing) something that a reasonably prudent financial advisor would do under similar circumstances.

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  • Failure to Supervise

    Brokerage firms, wealth management firms, and investment advisory firms have a duty to supervise their financial advisors in order to prevent customers from harm.

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  • Selling Away

    Selling away occurs when a financial advisor sells an investment that is not approved by the advisor’s firm.

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  • Lack of Diversification

    The first rule of investing is “do not put all your eggs in one basket.” Despite this universal knowledge, some financial advisors somehow still fail to properly diversify portfolios.

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    Jeffrey Glusman, a former financial advisor in Merrill Lynch's Fort Lauderdale, Florida, office, has been discharged by the firm. According...

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  • Private Securities

    Private securities are securities that do not trade on national securities exchanges or in the over-the-counter markets.

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  • Junk Bonds

    Junk bonds, also known as non-investment-grade bonds, high-yield bonds, or speculative-grade bonds, are bonds rated beneath investment grade by credit rating agencies (such as Standard & Poor's, Moody's, and Fitch Ratings).

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  • Oil, Gas, and Energy

    Securities fraud is common in oil, gas, and energy investments. Many of the securities offered are private securities.

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  • Penny Stocks

    The definition of “penny stock” has changed over time. Originally, companies trading for under $1 per share were considered penny stocks.

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  • Hedge Funds

    Hedge funds pool together money from clients and invest in a stated strategy. Hedge fund strategies are typically riskier than traditional investment strategies found in mutual funds or exchange-traded funds.

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  • Structured Products

    Structured products or structured notes are complex investment products that are often “structured” to combine the attributes of two or more securities into a single security.

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  • Promissory Notes

    Promissory notes are a type of debt instrument used for a person or company to borrow money. Promissory notes usually involve investors loaning money in exchange for future interest payments.

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  • Leveraged ETFs

    Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs), are designed to track the price of an underlying index, or commodity (such as the S&P 500 or the price of Oil).

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