Christopher Bebel, Esquire, Expert Securities Consultant and Practicing Attorney
Christopher Bebel, Esq., , provides a free initial consultation to potential clients who wish to discuss certain factual or legal issues.
Christopher Bebel, Esquire is one of the most respected securities law authorities in the United States. Mr. Bebel previously served on NASD's subcommittee which set the standards for brokerage firm conduct and sanctions for misconduct, and his impressive win in U.S. vs. O'Hagan changed the securities law curriculum forever. Mr. Bebel has handled securities cases from coast-to-coast and has consistently been asked by other lawyers to share his securities law expertise. Based on the extent to which he has distinguished himself in the securities law area, Mr. Bebel has been invited to provide securities law presentations to organizations and entities located throughout the country.
In the event you are a securities industry professional and you are the subject of a
regulatory investigation, contact us for a free intial consultation. If you require legal
representation in a dispute that is to be resolved through arbitration or litigation,
or you are in need of an expert witness, Christopher Bebel
can assist you.
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