Alaska Securities Attorneys

Our securities attorneys are able to practice in Alaska either directly through the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) or by association with local counsel in Alaska. The majority of securities complaints are not adjudicated in court, but rather through binding arbitration before a FINRA panel. This is our specialty.

How Are Alaska Investors Protected?

Investors in the State of Alaska enjoy the protection of a wide variety of securities laws and regulations, including the Alaska Securities Act. These laws, in conjunction with other state and federal laws – as well as FINRA Rules – give investors the right to seek financial damages against stockbrokers and financial advisers.

The Alaska Division of Banking and Securities enforces the Alaska Securities Act by overseeing and regulates stockbrokers and financial advisers operating in the state. But the Alaska Division of Banking and Securities lacks the power to represent investors in private arbitrations and lawsuits. Only private securities attorneys can do so. Furthermore, the Alaska Division of Banking and Securities has no power to enforce the return of lost money to an investor – only courts can do that. This is why it is crucial that investors seek the services of a seasoned securities attorney to pursue lost funds.

Why Are We the Right Attorneys?

We bring inside knowledge: our securities attorneys have years of experience defending brokerage firms against investor claims; now, every securities attorney in our firm works exclusively on behalf of investors. Our attorneys use their inside knowledge to champion investors.

Though we cannot guarantee results, our attorneys have successfully recovered millions in damages for the investors we represent. Both founding partners are SuperLawyers®, and our firm is the recipient of numerous industry awards: the Avvo Client’s Choice Award for Arbitration, for example, as well as a “Preeminent” rating by Martindale-Hubbell. We are regularly quoted in the media on investment related issues; we appear in trade publications and national media, including the Wall Street Journal and ABC News.

We only get paid if you get paid. Our attorneys work on a contingency basis, meaning they only collect a fee from clients if they are able to recover money on their behalf. We offer free telephone consultations in Alaska and nationwide.

What Should I Do?

If you or someone you know lost money investing with a stockbroker or investment adviser, you may be entitled to recover your losses. The law establishes a limited window in which you can seek recovery, so it is important that you act immediately and contact a securities attorney.

Our securities fraud attorneys have worked with investors from Alaska, and we serve the following cities: Anchorage, Juneau, Fairbanks, Ketchikan, Sitka, Wasilla, and Kenai. Do not delay; reach out today.