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Tampa Securities Litigation Attorney

The broad definition of a security is a tradable and fungible monetary asset that businesses use to increase capital. Securities can be sold in private markets or in public markets such as the Nasdaq and the New York Stock Exchange. There are many state and federal laws in place that govern the marketing and sale of securities. These laws are meant to protect investors and to maintain the integrity of private and public markets.

Securities litigation is necessary when a legal dispute arises regarding the sale of securities. In certain instances, institutional or individual investors pursue claims against brokerage firms, brokers, and other parties. Sometimes, securities litigation can involve a class action lawsuit. Below, our Tampa securities litigation attorney explains further.

Common Types of Securities Litigation Cases

There are many different types of securities litigation cases. The cases we commonly handle include:

  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • FINRA arbitration
  • Investment fraud
  • EB-5 investments due diligence
  • Disputes with financial institutions

Our experienced attorney represents investors in the litigation and arbitration of securities disputes. We also represent clients in all areas of financial disputes including shareholder disputes, contract disputes, business-to-business financial disputes, and more.

Arbitration is Often Required Before Securities Litigation

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) is the body that oversees licensed brokers dealers and registered investment advisors (RIAs) in the securities industry. The majority of investment professionals and investment firms registered with FINRA require their customers, otherwise known as investors, to sign agreements that include an arbitration clause.

Arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution that occurs outside of the courtroom. During arbitration, both sides meet with a third party arbitrator. The arbitrator will hear both sides of the case and make a decision in one party’s favor. The decisions an arbitrator makes are final and legally binding. Not all securities litigation cases must go through arbitration. A Tampa securities litigation attorney can review the facts of your case and determine if arbitration is necessary.

Why Work with a Tampa Securities Litigation Attorney?

In many legal matters, people often think they can navigate the process on their own. Although this is sometimes true, it is not the case with securities litigation. Securities litigation is a highly specialized and complicated legal area. It is critical that you work with an attorney who can help you through it and help with the following:

  • Answer your questions
  • Investigate the issue while gathering and organizing pertinent financial records,
  • Provide representation during settlement negotiations, and
  • Prepare a legal strategy customized to your situation that will help you maximize financial recovery.

Call Our Securities Litigation Attorney in Tampa Today

At BBDG Law, our Tampa securities litigation attorney is a proactive, results-driven advocate for justice. If you have additional questions, or you are preparing for securities litigation, we can provide the legal help you need. Contact us today by calling (813) 221-3759 or fill out our online form to request a consultation with our experienced attorney and to learn more about how we can help with your case.

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