Connecticut Arbitration Lawyer

Stock Broker Misrepresentation & Fraud

New rules and regulations in the area of stock exchanges and investments, in place since the 2008 crisis, help define misrepresentation and fraud. It is up to investors to know those rules and hold brokers and financial advisers accountable. In particular, new laws prohibit "using fraud in connection with the purchase and sale of any security" and "making any false statements or omissions" in connection with security sales and purposes.

How to Know if Fraud or Misrepresentation Occurred? Contact a Lawyer at Edward W. Vioni, Attorney at Law, LLC, to Schedule a Consultation

Did a broker, adviser or corporation selling stocks and financial products make a material statement that created a false impression when he or she led you in the direction of buying certain stocks? How can you prove that the broker or adviser intended to deceive you? Was the mistake reasonable, malicious or negligent? Connecticut arbitration attorney Edward W. Vioni can help you answer these questions to your satisfaction. He can also help you prepare and file a claim or lawsuit aimed at recovering your losses.

Whether you resolve your case through arbitration or stockbroker litigation, there is no substitute for an experienced attorney. Mr. Vioni is a former stockbroker with more than 30 years' experience practicing law.

Contact a Fairfield County Investment Loss Attorney

When you retain Edward W. Vioni, Attorney at Law, LLC, you can expect dedicated, aggressive and cost-effective representation. Ask about our law firm's past successes on behalf of investors who lost money through fraud or misrepresentation. Call us at our Norwalk law offices today at 203-326-1229 to schedule a free consultation with a stockbroker fraud law attorney in Connecticut. Breach of fiduciary duty? Attorney Edward W. Vioni is committed to exposing the truth and pursuing appropriate legal remedies on behalf of our stock broker fraud law clients.