Securities Litigation

Sophisticated Securities and Shareholder Litigation

Blecher Collins & Pepperman represents plaintiffs and defendants in securities fraud litigation, receiverships, and investigations by the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Department of Corporations for individual states. We handle matters for and against investors, broker-dealers, corporations, and their officers and directors.

Our firm provides sophisticated legal advocacy in complex, high-stakes matters alleging fraud, misconduct, negligence, and breach of fiduciary duty relating to investments governed by the SEC, the Securities Act of 1933, the Securities Act of 1934, and other applicable federal and state fraud laws. Our skilled advocacy has enabled investors to recover damages and obtain injunctive relief as well as to defend corporations, officers and directors, and broker-dealers.

Blecher Collins & Pepperman handles:

  • Lawsuits on behalf of investors seeking remedies for losses resulting from fraudulent inducement, misrepresentation, mismanagement, churning, unsuitable investments, and other self-serving actions or breach of trust
  • Prosecution and defense of corporate entities, officers, and directors in shareholder and investor-related litigation
  • Representation in informal inquiries, formal investigations, and receivership matters overseen by the SEC and various state Departments of Corporations
  • Representation of investors and broker-dealers in NASD/FINRA proceedings