Securities Fraud

South Florida Securities Fraud Defense Attorney

Unusual financial transactions on the part of brokers, financial advisors or financial institutions can trigger an investigation into potential securities fraud. After receiving a report, the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) and/or Florida state authorities will begin reviewing records of financial transactions and the activities of any individuals of interest.
If you have discovered that you are under investigation for securities fraud or have been formally charged, it is imperative to have an experienced attorney by your side as soon as possible. Waiting or trying to handle interrogations on your own may seriously jeopardize your defense options.
At the Miami, Florida, Law Offices of Ramon de la Cabada, P.A., we have the resources and experience to protect your rights and your future. Our founding attorney, Ramon de la Cabada, has handled financial crime matters for over 25 years. Beginning as a prosecutor and then transitioning into private defense, he has gained the skill needed to successfully challenge both the state and federal government.

Contact the Law Office of Ramon de la Cabada, P.A. to arrange a free initial securities fraud consultation. Aquí se habla español.

Representing Individuals and Companies Accused of Securities Fraud

Securities fraud, also known as stock fraud or investment fraud, can take many forms. In general, it involves the disclosure of false information or the non-disclosure of material information that would otherwise be a determining factor in choosing to move forward with an investment.
Our firm represents brokers, advisors, investment firms and banking institutions in cases involving:

  • Investment advisor misconduct
  • Over-concentration of benefits or investments
  • Violation of fiduciary responsibility
  • Unsuitable investments
  • Misleading or fraudulent sales practices
  • Ponzi schemes
  • Stock Embezzlement
  • Insider Trading

Employing a Proven Defense

Mr. de la Cabada often relies on materiality as a defense in securities fraud cases. Material facts are different for everyone. What may be material to one investor may not necessarily be material to another. It is very difficult for the prosecution to prove that an individual or company omitted a fact that single-handedly influenced a person’s investment choices.

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If you suspect that you are under investigation for or have been formally charged with securities fraud, contact us as soon as possible. Call us at 305-443-7100 toll free.