Welcome to the website of Christopher Bebel, Esq.,
a securities law specialist, handling cases throughout the nation. Mr. Bebel, a former SEC attorney, a former Regional Counsel for the Division of Enforcement of the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD), who previously specialized in securities fraud cases while serving as an Assistant U.S. Attorney, U.S. Department of Justice, is uniquely qualified to provide you with legal representation in all the following securities related matters:
Experienced Securities Law Attorney
Christopher Bebel, who has regularly been called upon by other lawyers for assistance, is a recognized expert in the area of securities and investment fraud. After completing law school, he went on to earn a graduate law degree in Securities Regulation at Georgetown University Law Center. He then served as an attorney for the Division of Enforcement of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. While focusing his practice in the securities law area, Mr. Bebel has also dedicated a significant amount of time toward publishing scholarly articles dealing with securities law and lecturing on a host of securities law principles before numerous organizations. Because it is important to be informed about the attorney who will represent your interests, you should visit the attorneys page for further information, or contact the firm for a free initial consultation to discuss your concerns.
Christopher Bebel, Esq., proudly serve residents of Alabama, Alaska, Arizona (Phoenix), Arkansas, California (Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco), Colorado (Denver), Connecticut, Delaware, Florida (Jacksonville, Miami), Georgia (Atlanta), Hawaii (Honolulu), Idaho, Illinois (Chicago), Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana (New Orleans), Maine, Maryland (Baltimore), Massachusetts (Boston), Michigan (Detroit) Minnesota (Minneapolis), Mississippi, Missouri (St. Louis, Kansas City), Montana, Nebraska, Nevada (Las Vegas), New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York (New York City), North Carolina, (Charlotte), North Dakota, Ohio (Columbus and Cleveland), Oklahoma, Oregon (Portland), Pennsylvania (Philadelphia), Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee (Memphis and Nashville), Texas (Dallas and Houston) Utah, Vermont, Washington (Seattle), Washington D.C., West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming and their surrounding areas.