Securities Litigation

As you know, securities litigation can take many forms, based in large part on the courts’ broad interpretation of what constitutes a security under federal and Florida law. Our attorneys are intimately familiar with litigation concerning violations of federal securities laws, including §12(a) Securities Act, 15 USC 77l; §17(a) Securities Act, 15 USC 77q; §10(b) Exchange Act and Rule 10b-5, 15 USC § 78j; and §15(a) (1) Exchange Act, 15 USC §78o (a) (1). Additionally, our attorneys are also well-versed with securities claims arising from such diverse transactions as wholesale real estate purchases, option transactions, bonds, and international promissory notes.
The Firm enjoys a diverse range of talented attorneys on staff familiar with securities laws, including a certified Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Dispute Resolution Public Arbitrator, and a Certified Fraud Examiner.
When necessary, our litigators work closely with other attorneys in the taxation, bankruptcy, real estate, banking, business, insurance, and international practice areas to achieve the best results for our clients. Securities and Shareholder Class Action When representing defendants faced with class-action claims, we offer decades of trial experience, depth of staffing, organizational skills and technology tools to defend large-scale litigation. Our strong and positive reputation in Florida makes us ideally-suited to handle such complex litigation. Our Firm’s attorneys handle a number of significant class-action claims ranging from complex claims of malfeasance to statutory violations with positive cost-saving results.