Top Spring Creek Securities Lawyers - Tennessee

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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,...

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    For the past 15 years, The Frankowski Firm, LLC, has been providing legal guidance to investors in Birmingham, Alabama, who have been taken advantage of. We are passionate about holding dishonest brokers and brokerage firms accountable for their actions. Our law firm knows that not only is it important to obtain appropriate compensation for our clients but to protect others from becoming future...

  • For a no obligation phone consultation, please let us know you found us on Findlaw! Noel Bagwell, President and Chief Legal Counsel of Executive Legal Professionals, PLLC (“ExecutiveLP™”), founded the Nashville law firm with a singular purpose: through innovation, improve the affordability, accessibility and accountability of law firms to their business clients. Since 2013, Noel...

  • Branstetter, Stranch and Jennings, PLLC has been providing consistent, diverse legal representation to its clients for over 50 years. We have been in Nashville, Tennessee since our founding in 1952, and we are proud to offer proven skills and trusted counsel, and a roster of award winning lawyers. Our founding partner has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America in three different practice...

  • Beginning in the early 1950s, Farris Bobango has built its reputation by consistently delivering outstanding results to our clients. Farris Bobango is the exclusive Memphis member of Meritas, an integrated, non-profit alliance of more than 175 independent commercial law firms, serving 235 markets, with more than 7,000 lawyers within the USA and in more than 60 other countries. From our Memphis and...

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