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Experienced Securities Attorney in Ann Arbor MI, Peter C. Rageas is tough on brokers who commit fraud
If you are a victim of broker negligence, let our legal specialists help you today! Attorney Rageas has over 20 years of experience defending clients from fraudulent investment advisors. We offer residents Ann Arbor Michigan, the comprehensive legal support, and are always privileged to fight for our clients.
If you believe that you have been harmed by a stockbroker or investment advisor, please contact our law firm today. We have helped many clients from investment losses, stockbroker negligence, stockbroker malpractice, and more! Often, a financial advisor or investor places their own financial desires ahead of yours. You need an experienced Securities Attorney to fight for you! The Law Offices of Peter C. Rageas, can help victims of stockbroker and investment fraud. While making investments on behalf of their clients, brokers are required to obtain information that will allow them to make sound investment recommendations. Further, a broker is required to know the investor’s tolerance for risk, financial needs and time horizon.
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Our Law Firm near Ann Arbor MI Accepts Securities Cases on Contingency
Why does Peter Rageas work on a contingency basis? We understand Securities Litigation can be expensive. This affords our clients an opportunity to file a lawsuit against the negligent financial advisor who caused your financial loss. More importantly, our clients are able to pursue their claim, without incurring cost up front for the payment of attorney’s fees. Our contingency structure helps individuals who need to file a case right away, while not worrying about funds to finance the lawsuit.
If a broker agrees to manage his or her client’s investments and they have ultimate authority to make trades without obtaining consent from the client, then they have fiduciary duties to that client. Securities litigation expert, Peter C. Rageas, has grown to be Michigan’s leading choice for Broker Securities Fraud. In addition to securities litigation, we also offer many other services including the protection against Ponzi schemes, securities misrepresentation, broker misconduct, legal causes against stockbrokers, breach of fiduciary duty, stockbroker claims, investment fraud, securities litigation, and FINRA assistance
Our law firm is experienced in securities dispute resolution. Don’t let a stock broker or investment advisor place their own financial interests ahead of yours. Please call our law offices for your Risk-Free Consultation, and get back what you deserve!
Material Facts Must Be Disclosed in Securities
The brokerage firm is required by law to make full to clients of all material facts that are inherent to the investments recommended. When neglected, investment fraud may exist. The firm or the financial advisor can be held responsible for securities fraud including, misrepresentations or omissions of material facts. Omissions made to the investor regarding the risk associated with making a particular investment can lead to a finding that the firm and broker are responsible for compensatory damages or losses sustained.
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SEC Charges Spartan Securities Group and Island Capital Management with Creating and Selling Fraudulent Companies In recent years, the micro-cap market has seen increased scrutiny by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). On February 20, 2019, the SEC filed a...
Antonio and John Bravata Stopped by SEC from Once Again Defrauding Investors Antonio M. Bravata, from Ferndale, Michigan, and his father, John Bravata, who is currently in prison, have been prevented from once again defrauding investors across Michigan and the nation....
For tax purposes, the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) treats virtual currency and cryptocurrency as property. Taxpayers who receive virtual currency or cryptocurrency as payment for goods or services are required by the IRS to include the fair market value of the...
PAUSE before you invest: Check the Recently Updated SEC List of Firms Using Inaccurate Information to Solicit Investors Several minutes of online research could protect your entire life savings. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently updated its...
Merrill Lynch Pays $8 Million to Settle SEC Charges of Improper Handling of "Pre-Released" American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) have been around since J.P. Morgan's predecessor pioneered the concept in 1927 as an easier way to...
Two Michigan Men Charged by SEC for Roles in Fake Day-Trading Scheme There is a truth in investing that if a deal seems too good to be true, it probably isn't true. We all want a good bargain. Unfortunately, crooks and scammers know that, and they use these great...
On August 9, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission charged a former registered representative, John C. Maccoll, who was affiliated with the Birmingham, Michigan, branch of UBS Financial Services1, with defrauding brokerage customers out of almost $4 million in...
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has been busy protecting investors this summer and has brought charges against some larger investment firms, including Morgan Stanley Smith Barney and Merrill Lynch. Morgan Stanley Smith Barney (MSSB) was charged by the SEC...
Broker fined, barred by SEC for cherry-picking By Ryan Neal Investment News SEC issues cease-and-desist order to brokerage, trader Agency says Roger Denha unfairly allocated investment profits to personal, family accounts SEC alleges broker obtained $412,230 in...
SEC Improves Assistance to Investors through New Investor Protection Search Tool and Roundtables with Chairman
In their ongoing effort to improve investor protection, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has recently launched two new initiatives. One is a new search tool aimed at helping investors avoid potential investment fraud.1 The other initiative is "Tell...
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