Knowledgeable And Assertive Defense Against A Variety Of Broker Fraud Charges
The broker-client relationship is one built on trust. When a client claims that trust has been broken, or there has been a breach of fiduciary duty, the broker may face criminal charges. At Bachner & Associates, PC, our attorneys provide experienced legal representation to brokers from a variety of investment industries. We understand the seriousness of the allegations and charges.
Since 1982, Bachner & Associates, PC, has stood up for the rights and reputations of our clients. If you or someone you know has been charged with or is being investigated for broker fraud, contact a lawyer from our firm today to arrange your consultation. Call us at 917-639-5370 or toll free at 877-388-6461.
Alleged Breach Of Fiduciary Duty
Brokers have the fiduciary duty to act in good faith with respect to investments, stocks, securities and other commodities. When this good faith is questioned in an alleged breach of fiduciary duty, there are steps that can be taken to protect the broker’s rights. Bachner & Associates, PC, is experienced in the various charges that can be filed. Among these are the following:
- Broker dealer fraud
- Stock churning
- Unauthorized trading
- Non-disclosure of commissions
- Identity theft
- Stock price manipulation
- Computer fraud
- SEC charges
- Trading without client authorization
- Taking money from client’s account
- False statements
- False press releases
- False property appraisals
Our firm represents brokers, including stock brokers, mortgage brokers, investment brokers, financial brokers, commodities brokers and real estate brokers. Our clients trust us when they have been charged with broker fraud. These charges and allegations involve misrepresentation and misleading clients.
Choose Experienced Broker Fraud Defense Lawyers
We understand the serious nature of these charges and vigorously strive for a favorable outcome on behalf of our clients. Contact Bachner & Associates, PC to arrange your consultation. Call our New York City office at 917-639-5370 or 877-388-6461 (toll free).