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Investor Advocacy and Representation

What are Your Rights? Where do You go from Here?
It Might be Time to Talk to a Stock Fraud Lawyer.

You Trusted Them with More than Just Your Money. You Trusted Them with Your Future, Your Retirement, Your Legacy. Scott Lane can Help.

If you suspect that you’ve been defrauded by your stockbroker or have been sold an unsuitable investment strategy, The Law Office of Scott A. Lane can help you get the relief you deserve. Scott brings decades of experience as a stock fraud lawyer working on both sides of conflicts to help protect the rights of his clients. And, he can help you resolve your case, recoup your losses and move on.


Areas of Investor Representation


Securities arbitration presents considerable advantages to customers because the process is quicker, cheaper and less burdensome than court litigation.


While most disputes relating to investments are subject to arbitration, there are some situations where the proceeding must be brought in court.


Mediation is an informal, voluntary and non-binding process where each party has an opportunity to tell their story to an impartial and neutral mediator.

Warnings Signs of Broker Misconduct

Many people don’t even realize when they’ve been defrauded by a stockbroker they trusted. Often, investors blame themselves because of the inherent market risks and never consider consulting with a stock fraud lawyer. Most don’t understand their full rights to receiving qualified advice that’s in their best interests or cannot identify if they have been a victim of broker misconduct. Visit the Broker Misconduct page for examples of investor traps and warning signs to look for.


The Battle over Fiduciary Duty: What’s Going on and Why it Matters

Be aware that titles such as “financial adviser,” “financial professional,” “investment professional,” and the like are meaningless when it comes to what duty is owed to you. If your financial adviser is an “investment adviser” or “investment adviser representative,” he or she owes a duty to you and must always act in your best interest.

Where to Begin

Litigating a securities claim can be complex. Contact me for a free, no-obligation evaluation of your case. I’ll arrange a meeting with you to discuss your concerns, answer your questions, explain your rights and help determine if you have a case. Learn more about what to expect and where to begin.

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