We do trust estate LITIGATION--not planning or transactional work. AVVO does not... more
We do trust estate LITIGATION--not planning or transactional work. AVVO does not have a category for TE litigation so it incorrectly appears that we handle transational work. About 40% of our work is trust and estate litigation, and 40% securities/investor litigation.
For more than 27 years, my practice has focused on resolving challenging securities,... more
For more than 27 years, my practice has focused on resolving challenging securities, franchise, banking and other complex civil cases on behalf of businesses and individuals. Securities Fraud, Enforcement, Regulatory and Broker-Dealer Defense Investors, broker-dealers, investment bankers, advisers, and registered representatives seek my representation in regulatory investigations and... view profile
Fredrick Huebner mediates, arbitrates, and provides neutral evaluation services in... more
Fredrick Huebner mediates, arbitrates, and provides neutral evaluation services in securities, trust, investment, contract, franchise, employment, fair competition and intellectual property disputes. During his 26-year litigation career Huebner concentrated his practice in commercial, investment, trust, securities, and employment litigation in state and federal trial and appellate courts; in se... view profile
My practice focuses on antitrust, intellectual property, securities arbitration,... more
My practice focuses on antitrust, intellectual property, securities arbitration, insurance coverage, health care and complex litigation. Our firm provides big law firm expertise with small law firm service and responsiveness. Through our work on behalf of our clients, we have become known for our skill, our tenacity and our excellent track record. We represent individuals, small businesses and... view profile
Lawrence Cock emphasizes employment law, including agreements to not compete and... more
Lawrence Cock emphasizes employment law, including agreements to not compete and trade secret misappropriation. Mr. Cock represents employees and employers in transitions and litigation. Mr. Cock also emphasizes securities law and investment fraud, representing brokers, broker-dealers, Investment Advisers, customers, and investors in matters involving securities fraud. Mr. Cock also represents ... view profile
Tollefsen Law Office PLLC provides legal services to business and consumer clients... more
Tollefsen Law Office PLLC provides legal services to business and consumer clients in Oregon and Washington, offering over 34 years of multifaceted business and legal experience. In addition to general business law, tax, and estate planning, the firm emphasizes financial and securities fraud litigation in state and federal courts. A limited number of white-collar criminal defense cases are acce... view profile
Mr. Gaba has an active practice representing both broker-dealers and consumers in... more
Mr. Gaba has an active practice representing both broker-dealers and consumers in routine and complex securities and insurance matters. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Gaba was an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Washington, he also serves as an Administrative Law Judge and as an arbitrator for the NYSE, NASD, NFA, Pacific Stock Exchange, and American Arbitration Association. Dave sti... 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.