Long Island and NYC Securities Fraud Defense Lawyers
If you were indicted for securities fraud or suspect you are under investigation for such a crime, you need aggressive, experienced representation to counter the allegations. You need a law firm that understands how regulatory agencies and federal prosecutors build their case.
The Brill Legal Group, with offices in Manhattan's Financial District and on Long Island, has successfully defended stock brokers, brokerage executives, fund managers and investment advisors accused of defrauding investors or breach of fiduciary duty. We have extensive experience litigating securities cases in state and federal courts nationwide, as well as in handling non-public securities enforcement and internal compliance matters. Our attorneys represent clients throughout New York City, as well as in Nassau and Suffolk Counties.
Target of a securities fraud investigation? Call us for a free consultation.
Suffolk (631) 479-2180 - Manhattan (212) 233-4141 - Nassau (516) 342-5020
Toll-free (888) 309-8876
Powerful Insights for Securities Fraud Representation
Trial lawyer spent 10 years as a commodities trader at the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) prior to returning to the practice of law. He understands, from the inside, Wall Street practices and how they can easily be misconstrued as criminal activity. He now routinely represents clients facing scrutiny by the Securities and Exchange Commission, FINRA, the Treasury Department, or internal NYSE or NASDAQ investigations. He has counseled clients in investigative inquiries and under formal indictment in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District or Southern District of New York. We also defend brokers in administrative disciplinary hearings.
Brill Legal Group has defended all types of securities fraud allegations:
- Stock fraud (misrepresentation, pump-and-dump)
- Trading irregularities (churning, inappropriate investments)
- Fiduciary malfeasance (embezzling client funds)
- Insider trading and stock manipulation
- False SEC filings and false statements to regulatory agencies
- Ponzi schemes and other investment scams
Don't Dig Yourself in Deeper
People who sell securities for a living often think they can talk their way out of anything. We emphasize that you should not speak to regulators or law enforcement investigators without legal counsel. Admissions or explanations will be used against you. Cooperating will not necessarily buy you leniency.
Contact us immediately for a free initial consultation. Our phones are answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. We have offices in Hauppauge, Hempstead and Manhattan.