Georgia Securities Attorneys
Most securities fraud complaints are not adjudicated in court, but rather through binding arbitration with a FINRA panel. This is what Fitapelli Kurta does. While located in New York City, our securities attorneys are permitted to represent investors in Florida in two ways: either directly through the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) or by association with local attorneys.How are Georgia Investors Protected?
Investors in the State of Georgia are protected by a number of securities laws and regulations, including the Georgia Uniform Securities Act. These laws, as well as state and federal securities law – plus FINRA rules – allow Georgia investors to pursue claims against financial advisers and brokers who have engaged in misconduct.
The Georgia Department of Banking and Finance enforces Georgia securities law by overseeing stockbrokers and financial advisers in the state. However, the Georgia Department of Banking and Finance has no power to represent investors in lawsuits or private arbitrations and the Georgia Department of Banking and Finance cannot enforce the return of lost funds to investors. Securities attorneys, like Fitapelli Kurta, on the other hand, want to recover as much money for investors as possible.What Should You do?
If you or someone you know has complaints regarding a stockbroker or investment adviser in Georgia, you may be entitled to recover your losses. The law establishes a limited window to seek recovery, so it is crucial that you act now to get in touch with a securities attorney.
Our securities fraud attorneys have worked with many investors from Georgia, and we serve the following cities: Atlanta, Savannah, Marietta, Athens, Augusta, Macon, Columbus, Alpharetta, Decatur, and more. Don’t delay – call Fitapelli Kurta today.