In recent years, investors have been seeking new and non-traditional investments to find stable investment opportunities at a time of high market volatility. Along with this trend, there has been a surge in investment scams ranging from structured notes to non-traded REITs fraud and Ponzi schemes.
Girard Gibbs LLP has successfully represented investors in class action lawsuits involving the sale of fraudulent investment products and other investment scams. Our securities fraud lawyers have recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for our clients who lost money through a wide range of investment scams.
Our investment fraud attorneys can help investors recover their investment losses in cases involving:
|• Annuities||• Ponzi Schemes|
|• Boiler Rooms||• Pyramid Schemes|
|• Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)||• Exchange Traded Notes|
|• Junk Bonds||• Reverse Convertibles|
|• Mutual Fund Fraud||• Structured Notes with Principal Protection|
|• Non-Traded REITs||• Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)|
|• EB-5 Investment Fraud|
A Successful Track Record
Since its inception, Girard Gibbs has been on the forefront of investment fraud prosecution. We have recovered damages in cases alleging a variety of frauds and scams, including:
- Provident Royalties Litigation:
This securities class action alleged that investors who bought shares of private placement investments in Provident Royalties were defrauded of their money in an illegal Ponzi scheme.
- Medical Capital Litigation
This class action was brought on behalf of investors who purchased private placement investments in Medical Capital Notes, which were later revealed to be investments in a Ponzi scheme.
- In re Towers Financial Corporation Noteholders Litigation:
Girard Gibbs served as liaison counsel in this class action brought against promoters and professionals associated with a failed investment scheme, which the Securities and Exchange Commission described at the time as the “largest Ponzi scheme in U.S. history.”
Victim of an Investment Scam? Contact our Investment Attorneys.
Speak with one of our securities attorneys by calling (866) 981-4800 or by filling out the form to the right.