Investors have lost millions of dollars in recent years to securities fraud, negligence, and mismanagement. Individuals, pension funds, unions, and foundations have all been victims of misconduct at the hands of those who were supposed to be responsibly managing their hard-earned money.
Even in the face of such a breach of trust and duty, not all is lost. There are attorneys with extensive experience helping investors recover millions of dollars in damages in securities class actions and fiduciary and derivative lawsuits.
Attorney Ben Crump and The Rosen Law Firm have teamed up to form a partnership that will fight for investors to get justice, with an eye toward getting significant victories for exploited individuals and institutions.
Mr. Crump is a renowned advocate for the underdogs in our society and The Rosen Law Firm is one of the top-ranked securities litigation firms in the nation. Together, they form a potent team that taps deep into their experience fighting major corporations and taking on complex securities cases — and winning millions of dollars in damages for their clients in the process.
If you’ve lost money because of securities fraud, negligence, or mismanagement, contact Mr. Crump and The Rosen Law Firm today for a free, no-obligation case evaluation.
Examples of Securities Litigation
Securities litigation can take several forms, depending on the circumstance.
A major instance of fraud centers on a company’s directors misleading investors as to the real state of the company’s financial health. A company’s executives could issue false financial statements or otherwise mislead investors, who are relying on the documentation to make sound investment decisions.
The degree of false statements can include lying about revenue and profit numbers to misleading investors about the approval of a patent on a product, or even claiming the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a medication when it really hadn’t. A company’s executives could also mislead investors about the facts behind an initial public offering, the results of an audit, or the true nature of partnerships with other businesses.
Securities litigation can also include lawsuits over negligent handling and/or mismanagement of invested funds. Even if a director or company hasn’t misrepresented its financial picture, they could otherwise jeopardize investments in an illegal way.
Overall, there are several laws, especially the federal Securities Exchange Act, that require companies accepting investors’ money in some form to act appropriately and honor the trust associated with an investment relationship. When those laws are violated, victims have a right to hire a securities attorney to file a lawsuit to get justice.
Compensation for Victims of Fraud and Other Misconduct
It’s a huge leap of faith and trust to invest your own or your organization’s money in a company or fund. Directors or executives of companies have a fiduciary duty — a responsibility to ethically and legally take care of one’s money in a prudent way. You rely on them to do this. When they fail, the results can be devastating.
That’s why Mr. Crump and The Rosen Law Firm team are ready to tap into their vast experience and fight for you. They have been holding exploitative and negligent corporations and others accountable for years and will take your case all the way to court if that’s what it takes. They have recovered millions of dollars for clients and are consistently recognized by courts across the country as dedicated and highly effective in pursuing investors’ claims.
If you or someone you know is a victim of securities fraud, negligence, or mismanagement, contact Mr. Crump and The Rosen Law Firm team for your free, no-risk case evaluation. The team will assess your claim, undertaking an in-depth analysis to determine the nature of the case and eligibility for potential compensation.