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The Frankowski Firm is one of few law firms in the country dedicated to representing consumers against fraudulent stockbrokers and brokerage firms.

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Investor Rights

America’s individual and institutional investors have suffered enormous financial losses in recent years due to misrepresentations, omissions and investment scams perpetrated by brokers and brokerage firms.

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Securities Arbitration

Securities arbitration can be an effective alternative to filing a lawsuit against an individual broker or investment company accused of securities fraud.

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Securities Attorneys

Fighting for Victims of Stockbroker Fraud

The Frankowski Firm is one of few law firms in the country dedicated to representing consumers against fraudulent stockbrokers and brokerage firms. Our attorneys help investors who have been wronged by their financial advisors and have lost substantial amounts of money in the recent chaos in the U.S. financial industry. While our primary office is located in Birmingham, Alabama, we represent clients throughout the country.

Our securities law practice provides individual, institutional, and family investors access to the information and dedicated representation they need to pursue and obtain justice. The Frankowski Firm recognizes that our clients want the personalized attention of experienced attorneys, which is difficult to find at larger practices.

Former Brokers Bring $20M Whistleblower Suit Against Morgan Stanley
Jaime Feldman and her husband, James Boland, a couple of ex-Morgan Stanley brokers in the firm's midtown Manhattan branch, have sued Morgan Stanley and the branch manager for $20 million...

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Texas Attorney General Pleads Not Guilty In Securities Fraud Case; His Attorney Withdraws
Ken Paxton, Texas' attorney general, pleaded not guilty to securities fraud charges yesterday. During the hearing, he also asked the judge to bar cameras from ensuing hearings, and his attorney...

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Former Tibetan Monk Accused Of Fraud
The SEC accused Lobsang Dargey, a former Tibetan monk and now real estate developer, of siphoning almost $18 million from Chinese investors who sent him $125 million, seeking residency under...

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SEC Warns Brokerages To Monitor Sales Of Risky Products
The SEC alerted brokerages that they need to monitor the sales of risky complex investments to retail clients better. The agency stated that after analyzing 26,600 transactions amounting to $1.25 billion...

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