Michael Mugmon is a partner in the Securities and Litigation/Controversy groups of Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP. He joined the firm's Washington, D.C. office in 2003 and moved to the Palo Alto office in 2007 as a founder of the f...
Practice areas & skills: Securities & Investment Fraud, Litigation
Mark Punzalan is an experienced litigator who has represented clients in federal and state courts nationwide, and he concentrates his practice on commercial litigation and business transactions. Mr. Punzalan has represented a wide variety of busin...
Practice areas & skills: Securities & Investment Fraud, Litigation, Intellectual Property, Business
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Practice areas & skills: Securities & Investment Fraud, Criminal Defense, Appeals, Employment & Labor, White Collar Crime
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.