Top Orlando Securities Lawyers - Florida

With over 30 years of experience in Securities and Corporate Regulation law, the Hunt Law Group prides itself on personalized and attentive service for our clients. Accessibility, prompt responsiveness and practical, experienced advice regarding our clients’ legal matters are the essence of our securities and corporate law “boutique” practice in the Tampa Bay-St. Petersburg,...

A lot of people lose money in the stock market and many times those losses are the result of fraud or other types of broker misconduct. Since 1980, Russell L. Forkey has been helping investors throughout the country with securities law matters. If you are involved in a securities dispute over securities purchased or sold in the United States or through a United States brokerage firm, we can assist...

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Dimond Kaplan & Rothstein, P.A., knows that there is no one way to resolve a securities fraud or an investment loss case. From our office in Miami, Florida, we explore a number of options for recovering our clients’ investment losses, including filing an arbitration claim with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), filing a class action or court litigation. Our law firm has...

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