Securities and investment fraud attorney

If you have millions of dollars in unexpected investment losses, or a significant portion of your portfolio or retirement, Please contact us. Your broker or financial advisor will not tell you what rules, laws, and industry standards he violated – but we will.

Failure to do due diligence before approving an investment for sale, failure to diversify, “overconcentration” into one asset class, breach of fiduciary duty/breach of loyalty, failure to disclose all material facts and risks, and failure to properly assess the investor’s goals and recommend appropriate investments are very common breaches of the relationship of trust between investors and investment professionals. Securities transactions often involve misrepresented or undisclosed facts, risks or problems with the investment. Such acts may constitute securities fraud or investment fraud, stock broker fraud, broker misconduct, breach of fiduciary duty or other violations.

Mr. Bakondi’s practice involves an array of complex stock broker, financial advisor, and broker-dealer malpractice in both securities litigation and arbitration. Mr. Bakondi and his team seek investor compensation for:

Securities fraud lawsuits
Securitized real estate/tenant in common 1031 TICs investment losses
Non-traded REIT (real estate investment trusts) investment losses
Alternative investment and non-conventional investment losses
ETFs investment losses
Stock market losses
Loan funds, investment notes, bond funds, commodities, churning, options lost money
Stock price drop losses and stock manipulation
Stockholder rights violations
Auction rate securities
Oil/Gas TICs
Commodities losses
Complex derivatives
Penny stocks
Sale of unsuitable, overly risky, or speculative investments arbitrations

Any other large investment or trading loss

Only a knowledgeable investment fraud attorney can tell you whether the broker breached industry practices and the law. Such breaches cost investors millions.

As a FINRA Arbitration Attorney, Daniel Bakondi brings dozens of lawsuits nationwide in court and FINRA securities arbitration for investment losses, and often recovers cash settlements for investors. FINRA Arbitration is a lower-cost dispute settlement forum created by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) formerly NASD (National Association of Securities Dealers).

Mr. Bakondi also litigates matters involving unregistered securities and unlicensed sale of securities. For details, and an assessment of your case, please contact Mr. Bakondi for a consultation.

If your investment has suffered any dramatic and unexpected loss in value, whether stock, mutual fund, ownership of a corporation, interest in a reit,or other investment, based on any information or misinformation, you should be aware of the law regarding your circumstances.

Mr. Bakondi often takes many cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning he only gets paid a percentage of the cash recovery you receive.

The Law Office Of Daniel Bakondi
870 Market Street, Suite 1157
San Francisco CA 94102

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Phone: (415) 450 – 0424
Fax: (415) 399 – 9608

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This site was last updated June 6, 2015

Please note that you are not considered a client until a formal agreement to take on your matter is entered into and No attorney-client relationship is created through this website. You may not rely in any way the attorney and nothing constitutes legal advice nor legal opinion uness expressly stated. Your issue may be time sensitive and may result in loss of rights if you do not obtain an attorney immediately. Attorney licensed to practice in California and California jurisdiction matters only, engages in FINRA securities matters nationwide, and may practice pro hoc vice or engage associate counsel for litigation matters nationwide.


About California Litigation Attorney

As a litigation attorney in California, I handle business, property, investment and securities fraud and negligence, including broker and financial advisor cases in court and FINRA securities arbitration.
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