Top Jones Securities Lawyers - Alabama
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...
Montgomery, Alabama Bankruptcy Law Firm Attorneys at this location: Gail Hughes Donaldson, Mary Conner Pool We provide face-to-face, caring, FREE initial consultations about debt relief. For more than 20 years, the name Bond, Botes, Shinn & Donaldson, P.C. has been associated with helping people in Alabama deal with credit card debt, home mortgage debt, car and other loan debt - debts...
At the Vestavia Hills law firm of McCallum Hoaglund & Irby, LLP, we handle straightforward and complex legal matters involving a large number of different issues for both individual and business clients throughout the state of Alabama. Always, however, our goals remain the same: provide each client with exemplary legal representation in every respect, and with the personal attention,...
Combining decades of legal representation, our team at The Frankowski Firm, LLC, dissects investment issues in Nashville, Tennessee, as well as in Birmingham, Alabama; Sacramento, San Francisco and Los Angeles, California; Atlanta, Georgia; and Las Vegas, Nevada. At our law offices, we apply our practical experience, legal knowledge and passion for holding negligent and fraudulent brokers, and...
The principal attorney at Clark Law Firm, John Clark handles a variety of matters for his clients in Birmingham, Alabama, and throughout the state. He provides general business advice and counsel to company owners and management on entity formation, debt and equity financing transactions, mergers and acquisitions, shareholder agreements and other issues. Mr. Clark's real estate practice includes...
We do one thing: civil litigation – primarily complex business, financial and class action litigation. We don’t draft wills, lobby Congress, give tax advice, defend DUIs, draft shopping center leases or negotiate collective bargaining agreements. No divorces. Instead, our cases typically involve accounting issues, business valuations, shareholder control fights, derivative actions,...
Our law firm, Whittelsey, Whittelsey, Poole and Corley P.C., has roots in the Opelika community that date back nearly 100 years. Our attorneys are experienced in a range of legal matters in Alabama, including personal injury, criminal law, family law, estate planning and business planning. We have fostered a sense of community at our law firm since our founding in 1918. Over the years the...
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