About 20 years ago, the New York law firm of Sadis & Goldberg was founded. Our securities litigation attorneys came in with a variety of skills and expertise. Even so, our mission as a law office was simple: to represent investors, investment advisors, industry professionals, and brokerage firms to the best of our ability. We’re proud to say that we’ve demonstrated unmatched results in in high-stake cases. Keep reading to learn more about securities arbitration, our team, and how we can serve you.
Get to Know Our Attorneys
Our securities arbitration and litigation attorneys represent both individual and institutional investors with misconduct claims against stockbrokers, brokerage firms, as well as insurance companies all across the United States. Keep in mind that this group includes former SEC attorneys, so you know that you’re getting the absolute best representation for your case. Simply put, if you’ve got a big-time case on your hands, you need the appropriate legal team behind you. That’s just what you get with our securities attorneys.
These seasoned trial attorneys have been there and done that when it comes to arbitrations and trials to verdict. Whether your case will be settled or head to trial, you can feel comfortable knowing that we’re going to help you obtain the best results.
We often get asked what separates us from other securities law firms in the area. The reality is that we are a niche practice. What does that mean exactly? Well, since each of us brings a different specialty to the table, we can focus our time on what we do best. That’s recovering losses for investors with claims against financial advisers, stockbrokers, and brokerage firms.
You don’t have to worry about getting paired with the wrong lawyer at our firm. We all value our clients and strive to create a positive outcome for you.
Determining if You Have a Case
Before we go any further, let’s first define fraud. A situation is considered fraud when one entity intentionally deceives another with promises of goods, services, or financial benefits that don’t exist, was never intended to be provided or was misrepresented altogether. In most cases, victims of fraud give money but never receive anything in return. Keep in mind that if you have sustained losses related to securities fraud, hedge fund fraud, or stock broker fraud, you may have a strong case for recovery in place. In this regard, there is also the possibility to use your whistleblower rights should you seek to report fraud or wrongdoing by your employer. It’s a good idea, as well, to contact our reliable securities litigation team if you suspect that your rights as a shareholder have been violated.
Are you ready to put your case in the hands of the top securities litigation firm in New York? Get started by speaking to one our attorneys today.