Did Your Stock Portfolio Lose Value Due To Fraud Or Nondisclosure?
Edgar Law Firm LLC represents clients in securities fraud class action lawsuits nationwide. Our firm protects the rights of institutional and individual investors who have experienced investment losses because of improper market manipulation.
With 100 years of combined legal experience, the attorneys at Edgar Law Firm LLC have extensive knowledge of securities law, federal securities regulations and state blue sky laws, and a record of successes in local, regional and national jurisdictions.
Providing A Unique Perspective
In addition to extensive legal knowledge, our firm’s attorneys know the other side. Several of our firm’s attorneys worked for national defense firms, giving them valuable insight in litigating securities cases.
The attorneys at Edgar Law Firm LLC know how to investigate and uncover breaches of fiduciary duty by brokers/dealers, hedge funds, financial advisers and analysts, and other misconduct by corporations and individuals.
Our firm handles securities fraud class actions involving:
- Concealment and nondisclosure
- Recommendation of unsuitable investments
- Unauthorized transactions
- Excessive mark-ups
- Unregistered brokers
- Insider trading
The attorneys of Edgar Law Firm LLC have a strong business sense that benefits clients in securities fraud class actions. Among our credentials, some of the firm’s attorneys have degrees in accounting and economics. They know how stocks may be marketed to disguise risks.
Our firm counts among its lawyers, several AV Preeminent-rated* attorneys who provide aggressive representation that is focused on results and prepare cases for trial as quickly as possible to maximize financial recovery.
Unique, Flexible Billing Arrangements
As part of our firm’s contingent-fee structure, clients pay no attorney fees until they receive compensation. The firm also offers other creative billing arrangements.
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