SECURITIES FRAUD

The attorneys at Phillipson & Uretsky, LLP are experienced in the defense of securities fraud matters, whether in the context of litigation, arbitration or regulatory enforcement actions; not only that, but we are good at what we do.

Founding partners Jonathan C. Uretsky and Faun M. Phillipson have spent the entirety of their careers defending a variety of matters involving allegations of securities fraud. Essentially, securities fraud may include claims or charges of manipulation or deception affecting the purchase or sale of a security and usually includes the misrepresentation or omission of material information. These cases often also involve claims of churning, suitability, overconcentration and unauthorized trading. The two primary federal laws governing the securities industry, ostensibly to serve and protect the investing public, are the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934. We say “ostensibly” because, in our experience, the federal and state common law claims and statutory actions often are used as a sword, rather than a shield.

If you have been accused of, or find yourself named in a legal matter that involves, securities fraud, mail fraud, wire fraud, telemarketing fraud, internet fraud or any other violations of state or federal securities laws, you will want to take these allegations very seriously and contact an attorney who knows what he or she is doing. Phillipson & Uretsky, LLP is the cutting-edge firm that gets results.

Call Phillipson & Uretsky, LLP at (212) 571-1255 to learn more.