We Protect Shareholders.

Our law firm looks out for shareholders when management does not.

  • Answers to questions commonly posed to us about Shareholder Lawsuits. Learn about your rights as a shareholder here.


  • When management fails to look out for the best interests of the shareholders, shareholders can protect their rights by joining a shareholder class action lawsuit.

  • Any shareholder that owns any amount of any publicly traded company has the right to bring a lawsuit when a company's management fails to act in the best interests of the shareholder.

  • Contact our experienced securities lawyers for a free no obligation consultation. Simply complete the form on this page or call 1-800-934-2921.


Have information about corporate fraud?

Recent changes in whistleblower laws allow company employees to come forward with information about corporate wrongdoing and potentially collect a reward. The SEC whistleblower program rewards those that file a successful claim with a percentage of the fine that the SEC levies against the offending corporation. To learn more call 1-800-934-2921 for a free consultation.

Shareholder Lawsuits Protect Your Rights.

Overview: We Bring Lawsuits Against the Largest Companies in the World 

American corporate culture has ceaselessly moved away from the idea that a company is owned by its shareholders. This same culture has moved away from the notion that corporate decisions are governed by the rights of the shareholders. Shareholders are often viewed in corporate boardrooms as little more than an instrumentality to raise capital. Small shareholders are derisively referred to as “dogs and cats” by many corporate executives (at least behind closed doors). After great scandals, bankruptcies of the once mighty, thousands of lawsuits and billions of investor dollars lost, the corporate culture is beginning to crack. In addition congress has passed new laws designed to help uncover fraud at the highest corporate levels. 

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