Girard Gibbs’ securities fraud lawyers represent individual and institutional investors who were injured by corporate fraud, breaches of fiduciary duty, and other financial wrongdoing and lost money as a result. Our attorneys have recovered hundreds of millions of dollars on behalf of investors who have had their rights violated by fraudulent investment practices.
About Securities Fraud
When a corporation fails to disclose important information to shareholders, or provides misinformation such as inflated earnings, it may be committing stock fraud. Once the true information is revealed to the investing public, markets may react unfavorably, causing the stock price to fall, and often causing investors to lose money.
These practices may violate state or federal securities laws. Investors who have suffered investment losses as a result of this conduct have important legal rights, and have the ability to pursue securities fraud claims against the company or the officers and directors.
Securities Fraud Lawsuits
Girard Gibbs’ securities lawyers have successfully prosecuted numerous securities class action lawsuits on behalf of investors who were denied important information about their investments, including:
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Daniel C. Girard is the founder and managing partner of Girard Gibbs LLP.
Dena Sharp has dedicated her practice to representing plaintiffs in complex litigation.
Adam Polk represents plaintiffs in complex securities, antitrust, and consumer class...
Elizabeth Kramer is an associate and graduate of the University of San Francisco School of...
Proposed $40 Million to settle stockholder and derivative litigation
Possible breaches of fiduciary duty and violations of state law arising out of allegedly improper sales practices
Advisors reportedly recommending mutual funds that will maximize their own fees rather than minimizing client costs
Girard Gibbs is investigating a potential action against JBS SA (“JBS”) arising out of JBS’s recent announcement of a failed reorganization.
Potential securities law violations by ZTO concerning potential misstatements and omissions contained in the ZTO offering materials
Potential securities law violations concerning a merger between American Realty Capital-Retail Centers of America Inc. and American Finance Trust, Inc.
Platinum Partners may have operated as a Ponzi scheme
Risks may not have been properly disclosed on strategic return notes that have lost 95% of their value.
Alleged securities law violations concerning misuse of $200 million obtained from investors
Alleged violations of state and federal securities laws concerning the sale of subprime auto asset backed securities
The SEC alleges the investment company hid the deteriorating condition of its finances while soliciting $350 million from new investors
Possible breaches of fiduciary duty and other potential violations relating to the recent formation of RMR Group, Inc.
Lawsuit alleges Third Avenume Management violated the Securities Act of 1933
Investigation into alleged Ponzi-like retail estate scheme involving the generation of capital to bail out prior vintages.
Securities investigation of merger of SABA with Vector Talent II LLC and Vector Talent Merger Sub, Inc
Lawsuit filed on behalf of Immunomedics shareholders regarding violations of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.
Possible breach of fiduciary duties concerning the NTS Capital, Inc. merger agreement