Florida Securities Fraud Attorney - Based in Orlando
What is Securities Fraud?
Securities fraud involve acts committed to encourage investors to make sales decisions that are based off of false information. This leads to losses and is a violation of securities laws. Securities fraud cases usually involve high ranking individuals like stockbrokers and CEO's and they can carry both civil and criminal penalties. Securities fraud cases can be complex and require a special set of skills and knowledge to handle the case properly. The securities fraud defense lawyers at NeJame Law have years of experience handling securities and investment fraud cases in Orlando and throughout Florida.
The Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) and the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD) will investigate reports of securities fraud and either impose civil fines or have the case criminally prosecuted. Securities fraud cases that are criminally prosecuted can result in time in prison!
Types of Securities Fraud Crimes
There are different forms of securities fraud crimes, including:
- Corporate Fraud
- "Pump and Dump"
- Insider Trading
- Microcap Fraud
- Accountant Fraud
- Boiler Rooms
- Mutual Fund Fraud
- Ponzi Schemes
If you have been charged or are under investigation for securities fraud, call NeJame Law. We have two former United States Attorney's who have years of experience litigating these types of cases in Federal court and who understand how securities or investment fraud cases are prosecuted. These skills will help us form the best defense strategy for your case. You do not need to look any further. Help is Here!
Contact our Orlando Securities Fraud Defense Attorneys
Have you or someone you know been accused of securities fraud? Help is Here! Contact a securities fraud defense attorney from NeJame Law today. Our investment fraud defense lawyers have the knowledge and skills to help you obtain the best possible outcome on your case. You may contact us 7 days a week at 407-245-1232, send us an email at Defense@NejameLaw.com or fill out our online form. We will keep your information confidential.