What Constitutes Securities Fraud?
"Securities fraud" is a term frequently bandied about in the media, and has come to mean different things to different people, depending on who is using it.
To clarify, virtually all brokers and brokerage firms are regulated by the NASD, and most allegations of fraud may be prosecuted under the provisions of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Many lawyers have a passing familiarity with certain aspects of this body of federal law, but there are very few attorneys who possess a detailed understanding of how the securities industry operates, along with the extensive network of NASD rules which govern their operations. Given his education, experience and background, Christopher Bebel is uniquely situated to handle many type of securities fraud cases.
The phrase "securities fraud" is often utilized to refer to numerous types of misconduct involving investments. Some of the most frequent forms of securities fraud may include:
- Excessive Trading
- Unauthorized Transactions
- Surprise Margin Calls
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty
The law firm of Christopher Bebel, Esq. P.C. offers a FREE initial consultation with a renowned authority in securities fraud, attorney Christopher Bebel, Esquire, a former enforcement lawyer and prosecutor for the SEC and NASD. Contact the firm to arrange for a confidential consultation regarding your securities case.
Christopher Bebel, Esq., P.C. Conducts Detailed Case Analysis
Before accepting any case, Mr. Bebel conducts a detailed case analysis to ensure that the client does, in fact, have a meritorious case with a good chance of recovery. He is careful to demonstrate the utmost integrity and care when representing clients who have suffered a loss due to securities fraud. If you (or your elderly parents) have lost your investment due to securities fraud, and are considering a lawsuit, contact the law firm of Christopher Bebel, Esquire, P.C., located in Houston, Texas, for a FREE initial consultation to discuss your options.
Arbitration or Litigation
Before you decide to pursue a securities fraud lawsuit, you should discuss your options with a knowledgeable securities fraud attorney. In addition to securities litigation, you may want to consider securities arbitration, which is less costly and suitable for individual disputes. Contact the firm for a FREE initial consultation regarding your securities fraud case.
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