Securities Litigations

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What is Securities Litigation?

Investors trust corporations to properly disclose their financial health. Many corporations betray this trust and proactively misrepresent the state of the company’s finances. Other times, companies omit material information in their SEC disclosures concerning adverse events that negatively impact the company. Investors are left holding the proverbial bag.

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What Would be Considered a Violation of Securities Litigation?

Our securities litigators at Mizrahi Kroub are well versed in handling cases involving violations in: 

  • Stocks
  • Commodities
  • Bonds
  • Derivatives 
  • Limited partnerships
  • Mutual funds

We can also help you if you are seeking to file a claim against: 

  • Account irregularities 
  • Violations of federal and state laws 
  • Inaccurate or incomplete disclosure
  • Breach of fiduciary duty claim

What Happens if My Rights are Violated Under Securities Law?

If your rights have been violated under securities law, our team of attorneys will litigate on your behalf. We’ll bring forward a class action suit if you’ve suffered a financial loss in a particular stock, bond, or investment fund. We’ll also work with you to seek justice when corporations or businesses have committed other breaches of securities.

Should I Hire a Securities Lawyer?

At Mizrahi Kroub, we’ll advise you on whether or not a broker has violated legal obligations by: 

  • Falsely deeming a product or service beneficial to you. 
  • Disclosing false information about investments. 
  • Placing their interests in front of your own. 

We’ll help you understand and recognize the signs of fraud or what to look for to ensure your investments aren’t mismanaged. Not only that, but we’ll discuss the types of claims you’ll be able to make if your rights have been violated. 

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