Martin Q. Ryan received his undergraduate degrees from Northwestern University in... more
Martin Q. Ryan received his undergraduate degrees from Northwestern University in 1991 and his J.D. from The John Marshall Law School in 1995. While attending law school, Mr. Ryan worked with an entertainment management company which primarily represented musicians, artists and talent, was an extern for the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Northern District of Illinois and was the recipient of Am... view profile
Pravin Rao is a partner in the Litigation practice at Perkins Coie law firm and... more
Pravin Rao is a partner in the Litigation practice at Perkins Coie law firm and Chair of the firm's Investigations & White Collar Defense practice. He is uniquely positioned as a former Assistant U.S. Attorney, as well as an SEC Enforcement Branch Chief, to provide comprehensive representation and counseling to clients on a wide variety of complex criminal and civil regulatory matters, includin... view profile
Mr. Amatucci serves as the Managing Partner of Centarus Legal Services PC, Centarus... more
Mr. Amatucci serves as the Managing Partner of Centarus Legal Services PC, Centarus Business Consultants, Ltd, and Centarus Brokerage Services. His practice focuses on securities law and corporate law. He is a securities and corporate attorney who has more than 30 years of combined legal and business experience. Prior to heading Centarus, Mr. Amatucci was employed as managing partner and gener... view profile
My practice includes litigation, trials, appeals and arbitrations. Litigation... more
My practice includes litigation, trials, appeals and arbitrations. Litigation experience throughout the United States includes contract, fraud, securities, negligence, employment, real estate, professional malpractice, antitrust, racketeering, collections, administrative hearings, class actions, mass actions, regulatory organizations, state and federal appeals and other matters.
If you bought shares in a company whose value was intentionally exaggerated so you would make the investment, you may benefit from the services of a securities fraud lawyer (sometimes called an investment fraud attorney). Securities fraud is a white-collar crime that has increased as the Internet and stock markets have grown. One securities fraud example was the infamous Enron scandal, which allegedly involved top executives manipulating financial reports and filing false tax reports. While it is difficult for many investment fraud victims to recover their money, using a securities fraud lawyer will better your chances.