After law school, I joined the United States Marine Corps, where I began my legal... more
After law school, I joined the United States Marine Corps, where I began my legal career as a Judge Advocate, serving in Okinawa, Japan, and subsequently at Headquarters Marine Corps in Arlington, Virginia. As a prosecutor, and later, defense counsel, in the Marine Corps, I tried countless courts-martial and administrative hearings. Upon completing military service, I was an attorney with the ... view profile
W. Scott Greco represents individual investors against stock brokers and brokerage... more
W. Scott Greco represents individual investors against stock brokers and brokerage firms in cases involving securities fraud, unsuitable recommendations, churning, breach of fiduciary duty, negligence, and other wrongful conduct.
I am a lifelong Virginian and a current resident of Loudoun County. I am married... more
I am a lifelong Virginian and a current resident of Loudoun County. I am married with 2 children. When not practicing law, I am a baseball coach in the Dulles Little League and serve as Cubmaster for a local pack of cub scouts. I have two core practices. In one, I advise businesses in a variety of matters, primarily in the capacity of General Counsel. Most of my clients for this practice are s... view profile
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.