Top Ada Securities Lawyers - Oklahoma

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The securities and commodities industries are highly regulated, and the complex laws governing them require the services of experienced attorneys. When a dispute arises between an investor and a broker, the parties are generally required to attempt resolution of their dispute with one of several regulatory organizations, including FINRA (formerly the National Association of Securities Dealers...

In Seattle, Washington, the law firm of Schlemlein Fick & Scruggs is full of tireless advocates and trusted advisors who aid clients in matters of securities law, litigation, business law, real estate law and construction law. While we are based in Seattle, we take cases from clients throughout the nation. Just a few areas our litigation experience extends to are professional liability,...

  • 9505 North Kelley Avenue Oklahoma City OK 73131 35.566895 -97.4959

    In 1996, Cary E. Hiltgen and Michael W. Brewer merged their Oklahoma City law practices to form Hiltgen & Brewer, P.C. ("H&B"). Both brought with them years of experience in Insurance Law, Products Liability Law, Transportation Law and Litigation. The primary focus of H&B is to provide trial and litigation expertise to self-insured and insured clients who are not satisfied with the...

  • 2600 Bank of America Center,15 W. Sixth Street Tulsa OK 74119 36.150593 -95.99051

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  • 406 South Boulder Avenue,Suite 423 Tulsa OK 74103 36.151722 -95.99186

    Attorney Paul E. Swain III offers over thirty (30) years of experience in business and legal expertise to his clients. Paul E. Swain PLC is a general practice law firm located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, representing individuals and businesses in their various day to day legal needs. Our goal is to vigorously represent our clients and help them satisfy their legal needs at a reasonable cost. Mr. Swain's...

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